Kelly Mason’s poetic memoir, self-shot over a decade, documents hers’ and her children’s compassionate separation from their father to pave a new road, not only for the well-being of the broken family but for the planet itself.
Kelly Mason is a producer, director and cinematographer and is one of the highest selling contributors for Getty Images in the motion picture division. Kelly is very active in the International Cinematographers Guild as a Director of Photography/Camera Operator for multiple series including Riverdale, Supergirl, Sirens, and Travelers.
Filmmaker, Kelly Mason wrote policy, lived her narrative, gave citizens a voice and shone a light on information that removes CO2 emissions and protects our oceans.
"Over the past decade, director/cinematographer, Kelly Mason, has taken substantial risks to fight for social, and environmental justice. Her compelling, and emotional film is responsible for the establishment of a law that mandates the use of plastic waste in road construction. This film is a testimony to the power of film making, and the effect one person can have, standing up to one of the biggest environmental threats to mankind." Steve Demeter | SIM INTERNATIONAL, Director of Business Development, Western Canada