News media coverage

On Sunday, June 22, 2014, Churchill County Museum & Archives administrator Donna Cossette and Hidden Cave producer and editor, Winter Carrera during the unveiling of a donated poster which documents “Hidden Cave.” The poster was donated to the Museum during a news media day for the Hidden Cave tours as part of the Nevada 150th Year Sesquicentennial festivities in Fallon, Nevada. The poster designed by Winter Carrera.

Photos courtesy of Debbie McCarthy, host of Chick Chat Talk Radio Show – 101.3FM Renegade Radio Co-Host & Community Outreach at America Matters Media. Thank you Debbie!

Churchill County Museum & Archives Administrator Donna Cossette and Hidden Cave Producer, Editor, Winter Carrera stand by the Hidden Cave poster that was donated to the Museum during a news media day for the Hidden Cave tours as part of the Nevada 150th Year Sesquicentennial festivities in Fallon, Nevada.. The poster designed by Winter Carrera.

Churchill County Museum & Archives administrator Donna Cossette and Hidden Cave producer and editor, Winter Carrera stand by the Hidden Cave poster that was donated to the Museum during a news media day for the Hidden Cave tours as part of the Nevada 150th Year Sesquicentennial festivities in Fallon, Nevada. The poster designed by Winter Carrera. Photograph courtesy of Debbie McCarthy.

Churchill County Museum & Archives Administrator Donna Cossette and Hidden Cave Producer, Editor, Winter Carrera unveil the Hidden Cave poster that was donated to the Museum during a news media day for the Hidden Cave tours as part of the Nevada 150th Year Sesquicentennial festivities in Fallon, Nevada.. The poster designed by Winter Carrera.

Churchill County Museum & Archives administrator Donna Cossette and Hidden Cave producer and editor, Winter Carrera unveil the Hidden Cave poster Photograph courtesy of Debbie McCarthy.

-Winter Carrera, Producer/Editor

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The Archaeology Channel

Hidden Cave was included as part of the Archaeology Channel’s (TAC) April 2014 video newsletter. Check it out the video news story here: http://www.archaeologychannel.org/news-from-tac/video-news-from-tac/1677-video-news-from-tac-apr-2014

“Launched in October 2010, the Video News from TAC has presented 94 stories on highly varied topics in 15 US states and territories, 26 other countries, and two heavenly bodies (the Earth and the Moon).  Video News program details can be found at http://www.archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/video-news-from-tac-new.  The growing list of 26 cable TV stations carrying the show is posted at http://www.archaeologychannel.org/video-guide/video-news-from-tac-new/127-hidden-articles/296-video-news-on-cable-tv.”

Special thanks to Dr. Rick Pettigrew, President of the Archaeology Channel.

 

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Poster Conference

Director Mark Gandolfo and I were excited to show “Hidden Cave” to attendees of the Great Basin Consortium Conference at the Joe Crowley Student Union at the University of Nevada, Reno. The Great Basin Consortium (GBC) is a group of partners who coordinate and collaborate on topics related to the sustainability of Great Basin ecosystems and human communities. Mark and I participated in the poster session portion of the GBC.

Two posters (see picture below) were purposely constructed to represent Hidden Cave’s continuing story of change and its illustration of multi-institution collaborations that have a regional impact. It’s unbelievable how the cave’s landscape has transformed–from times of plentiful plants, animals and water to more recent times of drought.

Overall, it was a wonderful forum to interact and learn more about significant Great Basin projects as well as share important information about our film project.

Mark Gandolfo and Winter Carrera with "Hidden Cave" posters at the Great Basin Consortium Conference at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Mark and me with “Hidden Cave” posters at the Great Basin Consortium Conference at the University of Nevada, Reno. Poster 1 (left) represents the desert landscape and poster 2 (right) represents the once marshy habitat that was below the cave. Pictured center is a TV, which audiences could watch “Hidden Cave.”

Special thanks to Deanna Hearn, Raymundo Silva, Kyle Weerheim, Shawn Sariti, Chace and Neal along with the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center @One staff and students for their assistance.

-Winter Carrera, Producer

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Premiere Story

Craig Young, Donna Cossette, Rachel Crews, Winter Carrera, Mark Gandolfo and Kathy Ray at the "Hidden Cave" campus premiere at the Mathewson-IGT Knowedge Center at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Craig Young, Donna Cossette, Rachel Crews, Winter Carrera, Mark Gandolfo and Kathy Ray at the “Hidden Cave” campus premiere at the Mathewson-IGT Knowedge Center, University of Nevada, Reno. Photographed by Theresa Danna-Douglas. For an excellent chronicle of the event, please check out journalist Even Thacker’s story “Hidden Cave Movie.

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BLM link update

Hidden Cave tour in Churchill County, Nevada.

Hidden Cave tour in Churchill County, Nevada.

The Bureau of Land Management Carson City District has now linked to our Hidden Cave blog page. Please click here to visit their site to see what they’re working on. Thank you Dan Westermeyer for forwarding news about the link.

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YouTube link for “Hidden Cave”

Greetings all! Thank you for joining us for the “Hidden Cave” campus premiere this evening at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center library at the University of Nevada, Reno campus. We’re proud to unveil to you our documentary film “Hidden Cave.” Enjoy!

A special thank you goes to the University of Nevada, Reno’s Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center faculty, staff and students for their gracious assistance, support and expertise throughout our film’s production process — everything ranging from the pre-production funding, research, production filming, post production editing and theater screenings. What an amazing group of professionals! We encourage you to check out our credits page for a full listing of participants for this project.

We have exciting news that we briefly highlighted at our campus premiere tonight including collaboration with the Nevada Department of Education for possible Statewide outreach to k-12 schools and film festival screenings. More to come and thank you for watching.

-“Hidden Cave” Production Team

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University premieres collaborative archeological documentary “Hidden Cave”

Check out Nicole Shearer’s news story about our film!

Nevada Today: http://www.unr.edu/nevada-today/news/2013/hidden-cave

Press release: http://newsroom.unr.edu/2013/10/15/university-premieres-collaborative-archeological-documentary-hidden-cave/

Filming in the Carson Sink in Churchill County, Nevada.

Filming in the Carson Sink in Churchill County, Nevada. Photographed by Winter Carrera.

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University of Nevada, Reno Campus Premiere

Join us on October 21, 2013, at 7 p.m., in the Wells Fargo Auditorium in the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center at the University of Nevada, Reno for the campus premiere of “Hidden Cave.” Following the showing, a panel of experts will discuss the documentary.

Free parking on the top floor of Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex.

Poster designed by Shawn Sariti.

Campus Premiere

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World Premiere Information

We invite you to join us for the world premiere of HIDDEN CAVE.

Premiere Date: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Churchill County Museum, 1050 South Maine Street, Fallon, NV 89406

Hidden-Cave

Title designed by Shawn Sariti.

We can’t wait to show audiences what we have been working on. See you there!

-HIDDEN CAVE Production Team

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The site!

Things have been busy around the old production office! The production team and I are hard at work perfecting the final cut. I.e., color correcting and sound mixing. It’s marvelous, rigorous and will be well worth it when people finally get to see it!

I leave you now with this photo from an important recent re-shoot deep within the Carson Sink. Enjoy and stay tuned!

Cinematographer Gandolfo overlooking the Etza Mountain Range.

Cinematographer Gandolfo overlooking the Etza Mountain Range. Photo credit Winter Carrera

-Winter

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