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Rivers to the Sea

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The rivers of Atlantic Canada are unique because their closeness to the sea makes them ideal spawning grounds and nurseries for many kinds of marine fish that require fresh water to complete some part of their life cycle. Rivers to the Sea uses rich underwater photography and lively surface shooting to reveal both the beauty and the pollution of these tidal Atlantic rivers.

1989, 46 min 05 s

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Honorable Mention - Category: Education
International Film and Video Festival
October 25 to 29 1989, Columbus - USA

Best Sound Editing Award (Raymond Vermette, Louis Collin)
Atlantic Film Festival
September 26 to October 1 1989, Halifax - Canada

Best Documentary Award (Tied with Pelts)
Atlantic Film Festival
September 26 to October 1 1989, Halifax - Canada

Best Cinematography Award (John Brett, Gilbert Van Ryckevorsel)
Atlantic Film Festival
September 26 to October 1 1989, Halifax - Canada