Entries by Adam


I helped Daniel edit this film together of his Tinariwen Remix in the back of the Cadillac. It was all done in one afternoon when we should have been rehearsing for our tour. Vice reviewed it here.

CALGARY ADDRESS – 01.19.2014

Thanks to my friends in the First Nations. Thanks to my crew, Thanks to all of the Canadians who supported our efforts to enable justice and truth for the First Nations living in Canada. Our journey across the great expanse of Canada revealed the beauty of the people and the land once again and brought back the old feelings of home.
To the leaders of Canada I say keep our word. Live up to the truth. Honour the treaties. To the foreign and domestic oil companies in our north, I say clean up your mess. Stop complaining. Talk to our First Nations and come to agreements to allow what you plan to do on their land, as it is represented in the treaties our forefathers reached with our First Nations. PEACE.
Neil Young, Canadian citizen since 1945.


“The following is an outline I wrote for a Bravofactual grant proposal.  This outline will be revised as research unveils the complexity of the geopolitical and economic landscape that I am currently unfamiliar with. It’s come to light that the community I grew up in – a once thriving rural area and a bustling small […]


Terrifying, and infuriating.  Informative about the ruthless behaviour of the capital extremists that took our government while we weren’t voting.  It’s very USA centric but the exact same things are happening here in Canada.


Eleven years in the making, FUEL is the in-depth personal journey of filmmaker and eco-evangelist Josh Tickell, who takes us on a hip, fast-paced road trip into America’s dependence on foreign oil. Combining a history lesson of the US auto and petroleum industries and interviews with a wide range of policy makers, educators, and activists such as […]