One River, Many Relations

Directed By
Michael Tayas
Past Presentation
Cinema Verde
2015
One River, Many Relations
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One River, Many Relations
62
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Minute
Indigenous
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Water
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Resources
Canada

The Alberta Oil Sands are one of the world’s most controversial industrial developments. They are the target of high profile protests and debate around the globe. One essential voice is excluded from any discourse on the issue; the voice of downstream indigenous communities. One River, Many Relations is a hard-hitting film that profiles the experiences and insights of the Mikisew Cree First Nation and the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Dene. Two years in the making, it documents both the benefits and damages associated with living in proximity of the oil sands.

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