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The film documents the impact of the Trans-Pecos Pipeline during the two years of its construction, as oil and gas interests trample on land and water rights and endanger residents along 148 miles in West Texas. As a beautifully rendered cautionary tale, it asks viewers to contemplate not just this specific incident, but the broader meaning of nature and the question of proprietorship.


Nicol Ragland - Director/Producer

Ragland is a successful photographer and filmmaker based in Jones, Oklahoma who has spent time

with indigenous people around the world. Through stories and imagery that evoke humanity while advocating for social justice, Raglan aligns her creative work to push boundaries and bridge differences, and serve numerous international non-profit organizations.


Anna Rau - Producer

Rau is a creative producer and co-founder of THE RANGE, a creative production company based in Austin, Texas. Her work has included feature-length documentary and narrative works as well as

award-winning commercials for National Geographic, VICE Media, and Atlantic Records, among others.


Corbett Jones - Producer/Director of Photography/Editor

Jones is a co-founder with Anna Rau of THE RANGE, and lives in Austin, Texas. He received a Golden Mike Award in 2020 for his cinematography on the KCET/PBS environmental series “Tending Nature,” and a 2017 Emmy Award as a producer on the “Third L.A. with Architecture Critic Christopher Hawthorne” episode of ARTBOUND on KCET. His freelance work has taken him around the world, for clients such as Apple, Cartier, Chevrolet and Spotify. 

Pete Hammond - Host of the KCET Cinema Series

Pete is currently the Chief Film Critic for Deadline Hollywood. For the past 9 years he has also been Awards Editor and Columnist for Deadline where he covers the Oscar and Emmy Seasons. He came to Deadline from the Los Angeles Times where he covered the awards seasons for The Envelope and LA He is widely considered to be one of the pre-eminent awards season analysts for film and television.