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Our Canadian Tour Concludes, and a New Chapter Begins

Thank you so much to everyone who came to see One River Many Relations last week during our Canadian tour. And a huge thanks to our fort Chipewyan Elders, Alice Rigney and Joseph Gibot, who braved the trek from the north to join us on this exhausting run.
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We’re Ready for the 2015 Film Fest Season!

Hey Film Festivals organizers! We've been busy submitting One River Many Relations to dozens of festivals around the world as of late. In case we missed you, we'd love to submit it to yours as well! Contact michael@onerivernews.ca from your official film festival email address to get the ball rolling. Click here for our documentary profile on FilmFreeway.

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Colorado Environmental Film Festival Official Selection!

We’re thrilled to announce that One River Many Relations is an official selection for the Colorado Environmental Film Festival this February 19-21 in scenic Golden. We really like how the mission of the CEFF is in tune with our goals...
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River Logs – Day 5. Comfortable Familiarity

In the irregular series 'River Logs', I will share some of my personal stories from my annual ‘huge summer visit’ to communities along the Athabasca and Slave River. During these visits, I distribute One River Many Relations newsletters, gather new ideas for this website, film stories with Elders and land users, and reconnect with old friends I’ve made along the way.
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