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The Lost Redwood

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The Lost Redwood by Jesse Andrew Clark

 
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About the film

A deciduous redwood tree that disappeared from North America more than 5 million years ago, believed by botanists to be long extinct, is found alive and thriving in a village in 1943 China. Its reemergence sparks scientific conflict and widespread disbelief. This is the story of the Dawn Redwood.

 
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About the filmmaker

Jesse is a filmmaker, cinematographer, and colorist of over a decade whose films emphasize striking visual storytelling. His passions lie in documentary, timelapse photography, and capturing the beauty of overlooked natural detail. He seeks to tell the subconscious stories at the heart of the human condition.