Life After Île Ste-Croix

Life After Île Ste-Croix

| 1 h 3 min

This feature-length documentary presents the compelling stories of three cultures who engaged with their history to improve their lives in the present. In June 2004, commemorative events were held on Île Ste-Croix, a tiny island that sits between Canada and the United States. Acadians used the commemoration to celebrate Francophone culture, Anglophones used it promote a tourist destination in hopes of reviving their local economy, and the Passamaquoddy used it to demand official recognition and Native rights from the government of Canada. Together, their stories put a human face on 400 years of history.

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  • réalisateur
    Leo Aristimuno
  • producteur
    Ronald Rudin