Woodthrush Productions started back in 2003 during a trip to Ireland to document Imbolc in the town of Kildare. Pauline created two short videos of her journey to Kildare which you can watch here.
Since then, WP has undergone several transformations, upgrades, and advances in documenting important events and inspirational occurrences. Today we are working to document spiritual, environmental, and socially transformative events and bring them to viewers, educators and organizations in the easily accessible formats of Vimeo, and Youtube. Guy McPherson's much watched Edge of Extinction episodes have gotten more than 35,000 views on his Nature Bats Last Youtube Channel.
Founded by Pauline Schneider, Woodthrush Productions is currently working on several independent projects documenting our climate crisis and the various journeys of dedicated individuals trying to make the world a better place for all living beings.
Please join us on this incredible journey of learning and growing and bringing the world closer.
You can Contact us if you would like to consult about our various services. And yes, if you really want us to shoot your family portraits or wedding, we'll do it. :)
Publishing books since 2014.
"Going Dark" was inspired by Dr Guy R. McPherson's book about Near Term Human Extinction, "Going Dark." The short documentary takes a look at how his message has affected people and inspired them to be more compassionate with all living beings, and to do what they love now.
Watch the trailer.
To learn more about Pauline check out her author site and IMd
With more than 75,000 views just on Youtube, Pauline Schneider's first official documentary not only showed in several film festivals, but has touched the lives of many.
Hosted by Professor Guy McPherson, Science Update brings you the most up-to-date scientific analysis of the impacts Abrupt and Irreversible Climate Change are bringing to our habitat.
The Edge of Extinction youtube series has been ongoing since 2015 with its host, Professor Guy McPherson.
These short science-based episodes take a look at the social and emotional impact of abrupt climate change.
Reviewed By Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite
Only Love Remains by Guy R. McPherson is a brutally honest investigation into the results of climate change from years of ignoring the signs that the earth's temperature is rising at a frightening speed. The professor is candid in his approach yet this is definitely not a book full of woe, but enlightenment into how we can free ourselves from the shackles of society. This is a book that is well-written, from the heart, and full of thought-provoking information. I truly believe once you have read this book you will change your views drastically and work towards waking every morning with a strong sense of gratitude and purpose.
Going Dark is the story of one scientist's response to the horrors we face. It is a deeply personal narrative infused with abundant evidence to support its terrifying claims. In the words of syndicated cartoonist David Fitzsimmons, McPherson's ""approach is disarming and his message is both life-changing and convincingly alarming. A blend of Paul Revere with Rachel Carson, Guy McPherson is a significant voice of rational conscience nudging in the wilderness.
From a reader review:
In "Walking Away from Empire: A Personal Journey", Guy presents the choices he made to live counter to the culture our generation believed as the 'right way' to both live and behave. We seem to be facing a binary choice - to live "on" or "off" the grid and as it's becoming clearer (with events such as Superstorm Sandy), this choice will be made for us if we don't make it ourselves.
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