Memory of the Peace 

Documentary

Dir. Jean Parsons x Jennifer Chiu 

Arri Amira | Super Baltars

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DOK Leipzig 2017
Vancouver International Film Festival 2017
Montreal World Film Festival 2017

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2018

Film Festival Della Lessinia 2018
Local Sightings Film Festival 2018
Labocine June 2018 Issue 
Vancouver Women in Film Festival 2018
The Image Before Us: A History of Film in British Columbia, Feb 5 2018 @ Pacific Cinematheque

Memory of the Peace is a documentary portrait of Fort St. John, British Columbia. A young male oil worker, an Indigenous female, and a Dane-zaa drummer intersect in this historic oil-rush town as they navigate the cyclical forces of industry, resource extraction and colonization that have shaped Canada for a century and a half. Built along the Peace River Valley, Fort St. John is the site of the highly contested Site C hydroelectric dam, which promises to submerge 5,500 hectares of the valley under water if completed. As construction looms, each must contend with what the project means for their shared futures. 

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