Documentary Filmmaker

Robert Perkins

Robert Perkins has been making documentary films since 1987. He learned "on the job" when he made his first doc with a Super 8 camera and 110 rolls of film during a seventy-two day solo canoe journey in the Canadian arctic. Since the success of his first award winning film (Into the Great Solitude) on PBS and in England on Channel 4, he has made seven more documentaries in the vein of "Environmental Storytelling." A trilogy of three films was aired on PBS under the title of One Man's Journey.

Films Available at DER
Into the Great Solitude
Yankee In Kamchatka
One Man In A Boat
Talking to Angels
Home Waters
Looking For John Muir
Crocodile River

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