Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery

Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery

| 26 min

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A film intended to increase public awareness about a growing and serious threat to North America's environment. Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery looks at the impact of acid precipitation on our woods, waters and wildlife. Graphs, maps and scientific experiments serve to examine what acid rain is, where it originates and how its insidious advance threatens not only the natural life around us, but our man-made environment as well.

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Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery, Seaton Findlay, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Seaton Findlay
  • executive producer
    James Turpie
  • script
    Michal Anne Crosley
  • camera
    John Walker
    Bill Kerrigan
    Rick Mason
  • editing
    Paul Harris
  • re-recording
    Robert Leclair
    Shalini Kelly
  • narrator
    Earl Pennington
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