“The ocean is a planetary issue, not a First Nations issue.”
Can a determined teenager stop a pipeline? Zoe Hopkins’ new movie, Kayak to Klemtu, was inspired by the battle to stop the Northern Gateway Pipeline. Mark Leiren-Young hosted Hopkins at the 2017 Victoria Film Festival where she talked about the inspirations behind her inspiring new movie.
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“Should tankers pass through these waters, the threat of a spill is not only a potential, it is a certainty. The only uncertainty is how long would we have to wait and how many times would it happen.” (from Kayak to Klemtu) [3:42]
“I wanted to make a road movie on the water.” [5:43]
“I’m gonna send J.T. (Justin Trudeau) a link. We’ll see what he has to say.” [14:04]
“The ocean is a planetary issue, not a First Nations issue.” [16:56]
“The day after we wrapped an oil spill happened in Bella Bella.” [17:25]
“This is a coastal issue. Not a socio-political issue.” [18:06]
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