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Forest Woodward

Forest Woodward

  • 2022 — Director
  • 2021 — Director
  • 2020 — Director
  • 2019 — Director
  • 2017 — Director
  • 2016 — Director
  • 2015 — Director

Forest Woodward is an internationally published and awarded photographer and filmmaker. His photographs have been published in National Geographic, Esquire and The Atlantic. Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Woodward is the director of Food Chains (2014) and The Important Places (Mountainfilm 2015), in which he takes his father down the Grand Canyon. Returning to the ditch, Woodward follows the U.S. Men's Rafting team as they attempt to break the speed record through the canyon in The Time Travelers (Mountainfilm 2017). He co-directed the shorts Ace and the Desert Dog (Mountainfilm 2016) and Sky Migrations (Mountainfilm 2018). He went on to direct  (people) of water, and Sacred Strides (both Mountainfilm 2019), Matagi Mālohi: Strong Winds (Mountainfilm 2020), The Mystery (Mountainfilm 2021) and Rural Runners (Mountainfilm 2022). 


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FilmYearCountryDurationFestival Years
Rural Runners2022USA15mins2022Details »
The Mystery2020USA11mins2021Details »
Matagi Mālohi: Strong Winds2020USA3mins2020Details »
(people) of water2019USA23mins2019Details »
Sacred Strides2018USA12mins2019Details »
The Time Travelers2017USA24mins2017Details »
Sky Migrations2017USA15mins2018Details »
Ace and the Desert Dog 2016USA9mins2016Details »
The Important Places2015USA9mins2015Details »