Christopher (Toby) McLeod has been the Project Director of Earth Island Institute's Sacred Land Film Project since 1984. He is currently working on a series about sacred places around the world, Standing on Sacred Ground (2013). McLeod produced The Four Corners: A Natural Sacrifice Area? with Randy Hayes, founder of Rainforest Action Network, and the late Glen Switkes, director of the film Amazonia. Their first film was the short, The Cracking of Glen Canyon Damn – with Edward Abbey and Earth First! McLeod has a master's degree in journalism from U.C. Berkeley and a B.A. in American History from Yale.
Student Academy Award for Best Documentary 1983
Best Documentary, Native American Film Festival
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