Welcome to the official website of the film SEEKING THE CURRENT

January 28th 2016
The film is back for online rental (streaming).

You can watch the film on Webtv coop website. The price is set at 2.99 $ (canadian). (You can see the first 12 minutes for free or rent the film and watch it in the next  48 hours there.
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Friday  March 27th 2015

Nicolas Boisclair and Alexis de Gheldere, codirectors, will be presenting “Seeking the Current” at the Water Docs Film Festival – @ 7PM. The screening is at Alliance Française
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PURCHASE THE ENGLISH DVD
Follow this link to order online and get your copy of the Home Version DVD delivered to your home.

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Follow on this page the news about the film’s tour in New Hampshire, USA from march 8 to 16 2012.  The co-director  Nicolas Boisclair  will meet the public before or after the film in most screenings and will probably post some impressions and pictures about the tour.

Let’s remind that New Hampshire is one of the biggest proposed exportation zone for the Romaine Electricity since Hydro-Quebec wants to export  through New Hampshire via the controversial proposed power line called the Northern Pass.

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The team is really happy to have the film selected  in an other festival in British Colombia, Canada: the Salt Spring film festival  (playing march 3rd in english)

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The film had 6 screenings in french in february 2012 in France at the Paris environmental film festival  and it was a nice success.

8 Responses to Home

  1. Brian Scully says:

    Just wondering when the English version of the DVD will be available, or “if” it will be.
    Merci

  2. Karen Payne says:

    I had the moving experience of viewing the film Seeking the Current in Wolfeboro this week. The strong images continue to replay in my mind. The concept of paddling the Romaine River, from its trickling head waters to the Grand Falls at its mouth, prior to the river being forever changed by a series of Hydro-Quebec dams, is brilliant. A group of young environmentalists spend 44 days paddling the river and sharing provocative questions about the impact of altering its course. Clear statistics of investing in sustainable energy alternatives are interwoven with the wild scenery of the excursion. This film is thoughtfully done, and powerful. Thank you for bringing it to New Hampshire!

  3. Bob Baker says:

    Thank you! We loved your screening in Colebrook, New Hampshire and appreciate very much Nicolas Boisclair’s introduction of the film and his excellent handling of the questions that followed the viewing. We have so much in common on both sides of the border and we are connected. Our regional energy policies must be informed by films like yours. The alternatives to big hydro and ecosystem destruction are cogently portrayed. Bravo!!

  4. Emmy H. says:

    The English DVD link to purchase is not longer working??
    Does this mean it is not available any more??

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