This September YAKONA was selected as part of the Sundance Doc Club curated collection and now it is part of their Sundance Catalogue!
YAKONA is a cinematographic experience that takes you on a visual and auditory voyage through the history of the San Marcos river in Texas. A work from directors Paul Collins and Anlo Sepulveda, with special feature music composed by Justin Sherburn.
YAKONA has received amazing reviews, it has been described as a film “making a far more effective case for environmental protection than a dozen “Inconvenient Truth” knock-offs…” – Variety, and as “a visually stunning piece of ambitious filmmaking…” – Austin 360. The Texas highways commented on their magazine, “never have I seen these things photographed so beautifully and dramatically”. After great critiques and many awards, it is no surprise that Sundance would select this unique film for their curated Doc Club collection and now to be part of their Catalogue.
MEI has distributed this amazing film in Performing Arts Centers across Canada, bringing a unique and inspiring artistic event to the community. For booking inquiries please contact Cherine Amr at firstname.lastname@example.org.