Crazywater (Clip)

Crazywater (Clip)


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This feature-length documentary from Inuvialuit filmmaker Dennis Allen is an emotional and revealing exploration of addiction among Indigenous people in Canada.

After years of struggle and shame, 5 Indigenous Canadians bravely come forward with their stories of substance abuse, presenting the sensitive topic of alcoholism in an honest and forthright manner. Alex, Paula, Desirae, Stephen, and Dennis himself maintain a deep and devoted commitment to their traditional culture to achieve long-term sobriety. Through their voices, this insightful doc offers an inspirational beacon of hope for others.

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Credits
  • writer
    Dennis Allen
  • director
    Dennis Allen
  • producer
    Selwyn Jacob
  • editor
    Carmen Pollard
  • director of photography
    Kirk Tougas
  • sound design
    Gael MacLean
  • sound supervision
    Gael MacLean
  • sound recordist
    Chris Rodgers
    Jeff Carter
    Jeff Henschel
    Mike Filippov
  • archival research
    Found Images Research
  • re-recording mixer
    Doug Paterson
  • executive producer
    Tracey Friesen
    Michelle van Beusekom

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  • Leslikianna

    This film is about my family my uncle made this film and it is really heart touching

    Leslikianna, 23 Nov 2015
  • cliner

    A very tight film for an interview style narrative documentary. Honest, real, true to life.

    cliner, 23 Nov 2014
  • Wapscawkihewawasis

    Great job of bringing the reality of our First Nation people to light. Hats off to the courage of the people who took part and shared their story.

    Wapscawkihewawasis, 17 Jul 2014