Salt Water People

Release Information
October 27, 1992
unknown/inconnu
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
Budget
Actual cost: $1,300,000
Distributors

Production Details

Director
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Director of Photography
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Editor
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
Cast
Maurice Bulbulian
Maurice Bulbulian
1991

Once the rivers and oceans of Canada's Pacific West Coast were teeming with life and the beaches offered up food in abundance. Now this fragile ecosystem is threatened by pollution, logging and the endless demands of a consumer society. In SALT WATER PEOPLE, the aboriginal tribes of the West Coast bear witness to the destruction and describe the battle they wage to protect their land and rights. Filmed deep within the ocean and along the spectacular mountain coastline of British Columbia, SALT WATER PEOPLE follows the cycle of the seasons as it examines the past, present and future of the West Coast fisheries and the Native tribes who depend on them for survival. By giving voice to the values and traditions of the West Coast First Nations people, the film asks viewers to examine their own attitudes toward the natural world and the exploitation of its resources.

Source: Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)

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