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Buck Season at Bear Meadows Sunset: Film Facts

1984, Film: 16mm
26 minutes, Color
Description: A portrait of a hunting camp in northern Appalachia, the men who hunt there, and the traditions they keep alive. The men hunt the old way: they drive the deer. They keep the traditions of their grandfathers' camp alive in the stories they tell and the way they hunt.
Copyright: 1984, Documentary Resource Center
Filmmaker(s): George Hornbein, Kenneth Thigpen
Produced by: Documentary Resource Center
Cinematography: George Hornbein
Editing: George Hornbein, Bruce Guerney
Sound: Tom Keiter, Paul Bertalan, Tom Hesketh
Acknowledgements: Mix: Tom Keiter. Production facilities: Filmspace. Thanks to: Leonard Tressler, Norman Jackson, Don Tressler, Jake Jackson, Dave Weaver, Barry Tressler, Marlin Sigel, Dale McClintic, Bruce Weaver, Dick Lindeman, Dick Weber, Joe Mitchell, Fred McCellan, Fred Tressler.
Funding: This film was made possible by grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, grants from the National Rifle Association, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the American Film Institute sponsored by Pittsburgh Filmmakers.


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