Part of the SAMAQAN: Water Stories series 1
North America's Indigenous people have always had a sacred relationship with water. This series shows their perspective on a most precious resource–a resource to be protected, not a commodity to be exploited.
Sacred Head Waters: Loveman Nole visits a vast territory in northern British Columbia where a watershed is now threatened by an open pit mining operation. Tahltan Elder Loveman Nole passes on his knowledge of the region as a hunter, trapper and raconteur.
Titles included in this series:
Water Stories (24 minutes)
Akwiten (24 minutes)
Remembering Celilo Falls, Parts 1 & 2 (48 minutes)
Haida Gwaii (24 minutes)
Akwesasne, Parts 1 & 2 (48 minutes)
Posonut: The Maliseet Basket (24 minutes)
Fraser River, Parts 1 & 2 (48 minutes)
Tetzan Biny: The Disappearance of Fish Lake, Parts 1 & 2 (48 minutes)
For more information about the series or series producers visit http://www.urbanrez.ca or http://www.samaqan.ca/