A film that explores land protection and industrialization in the Tahltan Territory will be screened across the Northwest over the next few days.
Film Director Nettie Wild says the film, Koneline: Our Land Beautiful, explores the balance of people wanting to protect the lands from industrialization and the people who feel development like mining could help the area prosper.
Wild says it explores many angles and is not aimed to say what side is right or wrong.
She says viewers appreciate that.
Wild says the film has been fortunate enough to be recognized at many festivals.
She really enjoys the fact that just the pictures and sound used in the film tell the story and not just necessarily the voices.
The film will viewed in Smithers on Saturday and Sunday, Terrace on Monday, and Hazelton on Tuesday.
You can find more information here.