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Cree documentary won the first prize in Montreal film festival

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    The Cree documentary called "One More River" has won the first prize in the film festival held in Montreal.

    The documentary which is filmed by Rezolution Pictures and directed by Neil
    Diamond and Tracey Deer has made it BIG TIME. This very powerful documentary
    about the "Paix de Brave" or "AIP" tells the truth about what was not shown
    to the public. News articles portrayed the agreement as an agreement that
    was hailed as a victory by the Cree leaders and was well accepted by all
    Cree. This documentary proves otherwise.

    The camera takes you on a journey from the first time dams were built in
    Cree territory, to the cree party scene, to the cree political world, and to
    the ones who openly opposed the AIP. Awesome viewing and very powerful. A
    must see for all.

    The documentary will be aired on APTN March 26, 2005, 7:00pm and April 26,
    2005, 7:00pm

    The Paix de brave agreement is an agreement that promises great amounts of
    money and more promises by the Quebec Government for the release and
    destruction of a major pristine river, pristine forests, and pristine

    The Sociological effects of development and dependancy of these agreements
    have proven to be devastating to the Cree, but [are] still denied.
    "We see it as a desecration not only of a mountain but of our way of life. This is a genocidal issue to us. If they kill this mountain, they kill our way of life." ~Debra White Plume

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