Journeying into BC's Great Bear Rainforest, German documentarian and cultural anthropologist Mirjam Leuze investigates the potential impact of a liquefied natural gas exporting plant and increased tanker traffic on this stunning ecosystem. Not only are we introduced to the remarkable people who call this place home and oppose the plant's construction, including whale researchers Hermann Meuter and Janie Wray and elders of the Gitga'at First Nation, but also the humpbacks, orcas, and porpoises who use the Kitimat fjord system as a feeding- and playground.
|Directed by||Mirjam Leuze|
|Written by||Mirjam Leuze|
|Company||NFB - ONFNFB - ONFONF - NFB|
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