Six Miles Deep (Clip 2)

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Six Miles Deep is an inspiring and compelling portrait of a group of Iroquois women whose actions have led a cultural reawakening in their traditionally matriarchal community.

In this clip, the women of Six Nations of the Grand River explain their relationship to the land.

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Film Credits

writer
Sara Roque
director
Sara Roque
producer
Lea Marin
editor
Katharine Asals
director of photography
Stanislaw Barua
sound recordist
Sanjay Mehta
original music
Edgardo Moreno
opening narration
Lorna Hill
visual researcher
Jivan Nagra
sound edit
Grant Edmonds
mix
Grant Edmonds
executive producer
Silva Basmajian

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