74 minute documentary film, written, directed, and produced by Greg I. Hamilton
ROBERT REDFORD CALLS Greg’s feature debut: “A cinematic adventure into the heart of wilderness.” He went on to say: “Power of the River captures the connection between people and the rivers that are our lifeblood.”
The film had its world premiere May 15, 2016 at the DocuWest International Film Festival where it won Best Colorado Feature.
THE STORY: In the country with the world’s most ambitious commitment to protect nature, where the king values the happiness of his people above the money they make, a threat is looming. Bhutan’s primary revenue source is hydropower; quotas with India would require damming every last river. A man named “Good Karma” guides an expedition to keep his kingdom’s mightiest river wild and free.
Click below to watch the trailer for the film (3 minutes).