|Directed by Zoe Hopkins|
|Canada, 2017 (documentary, 7 minutes, colour, English)|
"This 360 documentary brings the viewer to experience the aftermath of a diesel spill near the First Nations community of Bella Bella, told through the experience of one family. Filmmaker, Zoe Hopkins, brings us to her homeland to experience a family dinner—of seafood, all from Gale Creek, where a tug boat ran aground, spilling over 100,000 liters of diesel. Her cousin, Robert Johnson, describes how the site of the disaster is a main food source for their people, and how it affects their family and way of life."
-- Scythia Films (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Produced by:||Daniel Bekerman, Sheryl Kotzer, Nyla Innuksuk|
|Film Editing:||Scott Brachmayer|
|Production Company:||Scythia Films|