“I used to thank God for not making me a musician or a filmmaker, the only two trades I thought would be more complex, difficult and nerve-wracking than writing,” says Silver Donald Cameron. “And now, in my old age, I've become a film producer. Where did I go wrong?”
Most of Silver Donald's film work falls under the umbrella of The Green Interview (www.TheGreenInterview.com), where he is host and executive producer of more than 60 hours of interviews with environmental giants. Visitors to that site can register and explore the site for a week, free of charge. Here is a short excerpt from the Green Interview with the late Farley Mowat.
The Green Interview, in turn, has generated several short documentaries – Bhutan: The Pursuit of Gross National Happiness, for instance– and a couple of longer ones. Salmon Wars (see www.SalmonWars.com) appeared in 2012, and GreenRights: Your Right to a Healthy World (see www.GreenRights.com) is currently in production.
In addition, Silver Donald and his indispensable partner Chris Beckett are happy to undertake video assignments for institutional and private clients. (You can learn more about Chris at http://www.thegreeninterview.com/our-team) The most recent of these commissioned videos is Stars and Pop Cans: Sustainability at the Nova Scotia Community College.