A modern Indigenous warrior. A Goliath industry. A new way forward.
Follow along as filmmakers Fiona Rayher and Damien Gillis explore Canada's Carbon Corridor through the eyes of Caleb Behn, a young Indigenous law student fighting to protect his land and people from the ravages of neocolonialism.
Watch the trailer, learn more: FracturedLand.com.
Help us tell Caleb's story!
We've been following Caleb for two years, helping tell his story of a land and worldview under attack. Now, we’re raising funds to complete the film while building a coalition to support the work of Caleb and other Indigenous leaders. Learn how you can contribute - and discover tempting rewards! - at our crowdfunding page!
Find a snapshot of our fundraising progress below:
NDP critic Romeo Saganash
via Idle No More in nationwide protests as MPs return to House of Commons, The Globe and Mail
For the people of northern Canada, moose are central to diet, tradition and livelihood. When you make a contribution of $800, you a seat at the table with the Fractured Land crew for a Moose Meat Dinner at Damien’s home, a 1-night stay at the Skwachàys Healing Lodge in Vancouver.
Plus… We’ll list your name in the credits of the film and give you 2 tickets to the premiere of the film!
Donate $80 or more and receive a copy of Small Business, Big Change: A Microentrepreneur’s Guide to Social Responsibility, by Susan Chambers.
The book examines the role corporate social responsibility can play on the environment, consumer and employee well-being, and the health and welfare of local communities. With practical tips and advice on how to achieve change as an entrepreneur.
Business of all sizes can be social change agents!
345 giant, boldly coloured waterdrops will converge in a bold statement of support for WATER before oil, outside the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver this Friday, January 18.
While you’re there, check out Hope The Storytelling Whale at the corner of Burrard and Nelson!
Photo by Zack Embree (head Uberdrop’er and Hope builder).
Donate $50 or more by January 18 and win $500 off enrolment in Pull Focus Film School’s 12-week Documentary Diploma Program!
Five chances to win!
Fractured Land co-director Fiona Rayher is an alumni of the program, which teaches student how to craft bold, compelling stories that make a difference!
To enter, donate and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Doc Contest.”
Many thanks to Pull Focus Film School for making this generous offer available to Fractured Land supporters!