The Wishing Tree Canada
85 min | Narrative | 2020
Laura Adamo, Dominic Auld and Stephen Chambers
Laura Adamo, Sebastien Roberts, Altair Vincent, Jake Michaels
Live virtual screening on Saturday, Dec. 5th @ 7:30pm PST with filmmaker Q&A to follow.
The Wishing Tree is the story of one woman’s hiking expedition initiated as a quest for perspective, peace, answers and ultimately a way to heal from personal tragedy. While hiking, Julia, runs into Caleb and Ryan, two guys who are also dealing with their own demons. An unexpected journey of self-discovery and transformation that illustrates, sometimes hope can be discovered in the most unlikely ways. The film is set against the most stunning backdrop of the Northern Ontario hiking trails.
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