Of all the documentaries he’s ever shot, Daniel feels most personally connected to this one. Growing up in Texas, he’d go out camping, fishing, and hunting. As an adult, he owns a three-acre ranch with a stream running through it, complete with snapping turtles, foxes, and birds. Now he’s trying to acquire land outside of Albuquerque, since Austin, in his view, has become too crowded. As a poet and outdoorsman, he relates to Berry, “a giant” he’s admired for years. “There’s no other film where I felt more... like it was a noble thing, being part of it,” Daniel says. “In my mind, if I don’t make another movie after this one, that’s fine. It meant a whole lot to me.” — https://ascmag.com/articles/views-on-a-perspective-look-amp-amp-see-a-portrait-of-wendell-berry "if I don’t make another movie after this one, that’s fine." October 16, 2018 by Jef Sewell ASC.