This documentary film is an oral history compilation of Ernest Hemingway’s time in central Idaho. It foregrounds ten voices of his close Idaho friends and neighbors, which together recount not only a perspective of him in his later life, but a feeling of the western place to which he was drawn. Produced by Mary Tyson for The Community Library in Ketchum, Idaho, and made possible by a generous grant from the Idaho Humanities Council. Special thanks to videographer John Plummer. Produced in 2015.