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Urban Eclipse: Rising Tides of Kekekoziibii (Shoal Lake 40 First Nation) DVD

$20.00$468.00

An aqueduct piping clean water to the citizens of Winnipeg speaks to a dirty truth.

Urban Eclipse: Rising Tides of Kekekoziibii (Shoal Lake 40 First Nation)
a film by Jesse Green and Vanda Fleury-Green
1:17:10 | Documentary | Colour | December 2018

Filmmaker Jesse Green travels to his home community of Shoal Lake 40 interviewing people about the impacts of the City of Winnipeg aqueduct in the 100+ years since it was built. Weaving in interviews with historians and archival material Green builds a strong case about the exploitation of his community.

Watch the trailer here!

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ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS
Jesse Green’s roots extend to Sioux Valley and the Anishinaabe community of Shoal Lake 40. He is an accomplished Producer and Director who has achieved industry respect, recognition, and awards.

Vanda Fleury-Green is a Métis woman from the western prairies of Manitoba. She is a Director/Writer at STRONGFRONT.tv and her skillset emerges from a background in museums, archives, and community narratives projects in education.

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