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Great River (film)

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Great River
Directed byMatt LeMay
Produced byMatt LeMay
StarringMatt LeMay
Narrated byMatt LeMay
CinematographyMatt LeMay
Edited byMatt LeMay
Distributed byFirst Nations Films and McIntyre Media
Release date
  • 2010 (2010)
Running time
54 mins
CountryCanada
LanguageEnglish

Great River is a 2010 documentary film from director Matt LeMay[1] and McIntyre Media. Great River won the 2011 Award of Excellence in Film making at the 2011 Canada International Film Festival.[2]

About the film

The film is about the treatment of First Nations people post Indian Act by the Canadian Government.[3] The film also covers the defacing of indigenous rock art. A team of rock experts investigate the vandalism.[4][5]

It was distributed by First Nations Films and McIntyre Media.[6]

Awards

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