The Last Mooseskin Boat

The Last Mooseskin Boat

| 28 min

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This short documentary follows Gabe Etchinelle as builds a mooseskin boat as a tribute to an earlier way of life, where the Shotah Dene people would use a mooseskin boats and transport their families and cargo down mountain rivers to trading settlements throughout the Northwest Territories.

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The Last Mooseskin Boat, Raymond Yakeleya, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Raymond Yakeleya
  • producer
    Raymond Yakeleya
    Bill Stewart
    Jerry Krepakevich
  • executive producer
    Cheeko Desjarlais
    Tom Radford
  • script
    Klane King
  • camera
    Bill Stewart
  • sound
    Nora Jim
  • editing
    Joe Jr. Viszmeg
    Bill Stewart
  • narrator
    Don Rollans

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