YELLOWSTONE: Imprints of Geologic Time tells the story behind the Park’s dynamic landscape. This program is a comprehensive view of the Park’s geology. Viewers travel through geologic time where they encounter ancient seas, volcanoes, glaciers, and geothermal features associated with the hot spot beneath Yellowstone today. Award-winning live action footage, crisp graphics/ animation sequences, and clear narration breathe life into the story. Natural sound was collected primarily in the early morning hours to avoid human interference. 27 minutes, full color, animation, stereo, shot on 16-mm film to ensure image quality.
Gold Medal in Worldfest Houston 1993 for Best Travelogue
Gold Medal in the CINDY International Festival 1993 for Best Cinematography
CINE Golden Eagle Award 1993-94 for Environment: Ecology/Natural History
Best Environmental Travelogue Award in the 1993 National Outdoor Travel Film Festival
Golden Eagle Award in the 7th International Festival of Documentary Films on Parks and Protected Places, Sondrio, Italy, 1993
Silver Medal in the International Film & Television Festival of New York 1993 for Best Cinematography
Silver Medal in the CINDY International Festival 1993 for Sciences
Silver Medal in the International Film & Television Festival of New York 1993 for Sciences
“...stunning...tasteful musical accents and ambient nature sounds backing intelligent narration...sterling cinematography...” Sue-Ellen Beauregard, Booklist, 12/15/93.
“...gorgeously filmed...highly recommended.” Randy Pitman, Video Librarian, Jan./Feb. 1994.
“Students and adults will appreciate this video. For that reason it is best purchased by public libraries where it will serve many users with differing information needs.” J.C. Pearson, Video Rating Guide for Libraries, May 1994, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp.46-47.
“This video is a must...I’d recommend it even for those who may never set foot on this corner of the earth, but who are fascinated by the planet’s wonders.” Michele Morris, Backpacker Magazine, May 1993.
“This video does an outstanding job...Highly educational and entertaining, it mixes spectacular natural scenery with easy to understand geologic lessons...Viewing it is time well spent.” Out West Magazine, Summer 1993.