Kelton Stepanowich’s film Gods Acre to put Fort Chipewyan in spotlight – CBC

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Kelton Stepanowich’s film Gods Acre to put Fort Chipewyan in spotlight – CBC

by ahnationtalk on June 3, 2015316 Views

Jun 03, 2015

Shooting for Gods Acre set to begin in summer

An Alberta filmmaker is putting his isolated hometown of Fort Chipewyan in front of frame.

The tiny hamlet 600 kilometres north of Edmonton is the setting for Gods Acre by Kelton Stepanowich.

The film, produced by Stepanowich’s Half Breed Films, tells the story of an elderly aboriginal trapper living in northern Alberta who finds his land being destroyed by climate change. As rising river levels swallow up his ancestral home, he must decide what to do.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/kelton-stepanowich-s-film-gods-acre-to-put-fort-chipewyan-in-spotlight-1.3098660

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