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Bring the Salmon Home

Director: Shane Anderson

(Filmmaker is attending in-theatre festival in Friday Harbor)

Bring the Salmon Home captures the emotions, courage, and determination of Klamath River tribal communities as they host a 300+ mile run from ocean to headwaters to cultivate support for the biggest river restoration project in history – the removal of four Klamath River dams. With regulators poised to approve dam removal plans later this year, runners are now racing into a future of hope and optimism.

Released in 2022

Running time: 14 minutes


Shane Anderson

Shane Anderson is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based out of Olympia, Washington. In addition to owning North Fork Studios, Shane also works as the director of storytelling for Pacific Rivers, a river conservation organization based out of Portland, Oregon.

Shane is a former professional downhill skier and his interest in film began in 1998; he worked in the film and television industry in Los Angeles for eight years before studying fisheries biology at Humboldt State University where he decided to merge his love of the outdoors and conservation with visual storytelling.

In 2014 he completed his first feature documentary feature Wild Reverence and has since produced Behind The Emerald Curtain, A River’s Last Chance, Run Wild Run Free, and Chehalis: A Watershed Moment that have aired on PBS stations across the country. His most recent film, The Lost Salmon, is showing at Friday Harbor Film Festival.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    14 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Shane Anderson