Never Lose Sight
Despite vast landscapes that seem unspoiled, Nunavut is not immune to the ills
of the rest of the planet. Beneath the immaculate layer of snow, there are
mountains of trash of all sorts. Iqaluit's two dumps are filled beyond
capacity and the municipality has no plan to solve the problem. Some concerned
citizens have decided to act. Through the story and the characters'
commentary, we discover the special problems of this isolated region and just
how serious the situation is. But, above all, we hear a call to action from
these residents, who don't want to see the North they love disappear.
This short documentary was produced as part of the Tremplin competition, which enables young French Canadians living outside Quebec to put together their first film in a professional environment.
2009, 21 min 30 s
Also available in French
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