Bo Boudart

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Bo Boudart

Bo Boudart, project producer, director, videographer has written, produced, and filmed PSA campaigns, documentary, corporate, promotional, dramatic, and educational programs for television networks including PBS, the Discovery Channel, Link Media, Fox TV, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The themes of programs encompass nature, science, indigenous cultures and the environment. Recent projects include: Oil on Ice which he co-produced and was principal videographer. This is a one hour documentary on issues of energy policy, Alaska Native human rights and conservation of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Winner: International Documentary Association Pare Lorentz Award, Hugo Award, International Wildlife Film Festival Best Environmental Documentary, and nominated Best Feature documentary, American Indian Film Festival. Other documentaries he has produced include: Umealit: The Whale Hunters One hour Nova series documentary for WGBH. Writer, co-producer, camera; The Sea Is Our Life Documentary about protection of offshore waters against oil drilling that jeopardizes the subsistence needs of InuPiat Eskimos. Best Short, American Indian Film Festival.
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A provocative film from the American Indian perspective that reframes today’s controversial energy debate while the fate of the environment hangs in the balance.

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Complement classroom discussion about America's energy future with this film, and help students comprehend the debate about the best use of natural resources.