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Down the Mighty River

Gemini Award-nominated documentary series about the cultural and environmental impacts of one of the most environmentally destructive mega projects in the western hemisphere.
Down the Mighty River is a six-part documentary series about the Rupert River, one of the most magnificent wild rivers in the world, just before its destruction for a hydro-electric project in the summer of 2009.

Down the Mighty River is an intimate and moving portrait of the river’s story – its people, land, and wildlife – and the cultural and environmental impacts of one of the most environmentally destructive mega projects in the western hemisphere.

Directors

Ernest Webb & Lisa M. Roth

 

Writers

Jeremiah Hayes, Catherine Bainbridge,

Lisa M. Roth & Ernest Webb

 

Producers

Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon

& Linda Ludwick

 

 

Executive Producers

Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon,

Linda Ludwick & Ernest Webb

 

Editor

Jeremiah Hayes

 

Composer

Claude Castonguay

 

Director of Photography

Edith Labbé & Jeff Dorn

 

Broadcaster

APTN

 

Format

6 x 22 minutes – Documentary series – Cree and English

 

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