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Montréal, mon amour, mon histoire
A series of 5 documentaires on the history of Montreal
The rebirth of East Timor
For a limited time, the complete film is offered for viewing on the occasion of the 12th anniversary of the rebirth of East Timor
The Legacy of the Exxon Valdez
Paul Sauvé: Désormais, l'avenir
Windows to Heaven:
The Art and Life of Guido Nincheri
A Separate Reality:
The Geometry of Love
Against All Odds:
Sylvie Fréchette's Story
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Riki Ott, marine biologist, community activist and writer. She experienced firsthand the devastating effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill—and chose to do something about it.
Riki Ott digging a beach on Knight Island. "Exxon Valdez oil, 18 years later."
Oil sheen on Knight Island, Prince William Sound.
Valdez oil tanker terminal.
Demonstration in Cordova.
Demonstration in Cordova, fishers recall Exxon's promises.
Patience Andersen Faulkner, Riki Ott & Robert Massollini in boat demonstration, August 2006. "The legal system is going to treat every single community in America just like they treated Cordova. We need to say, our values count, human rights count, our little communities, our lives count more than corporate value.
Ross Mullins & Ken Adams burning the legal papers.
Left to Right, Robert Vanherweghem (D.O.P.), Riki Ott, Paul Carvalho (Prod.) and Robert Cornellier (Dir./Prod.) in the harbour of Cordova.
Black Wave publicity poster
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