Documentary BAD RIVER Spotlights Indigenous Battle Against Corporate Greed

Documentary BAD RIVER
Documentary BAD RIVER
Documentary BAD RIVER
Documentary BAD RIVER

Documentary BAD RIVER Spotlights Indigenous Battle Against Corporate Greed

Documentary BAD RIVER Spotlights Indigenous Battle Against Corporate Greed

Documentary BAD RIVER Spotlights Indigenous Battle Against Corporate Greed

Award-winning filmmaker Mary Mazzio, along with 50 Eggs Studios, unveils their latest documentary project, “BAD RIVER,” set to launch in select AMC theaters on March 15, 2024. Narrated by Edward Norton and indigenous model-activist Quannah ChasingHorse, the film chronicles the David and Goliath struggle of the Wisconsin Bad River Band against Enbridge, a multinational energy conglomerate, to safeguard their ancestral land and Lake Superior.

The Battle for Preservation

“BAD RIVER” highlights the plight of the Bad River Reservation, threatened by the Line 5 oil pipeline, endangering Lake Superior, the largest freshwater resource in America. Despite formidable odds, the Bad River Band continues their fight, confronting corporate interests on behalf of all Americans.

A Tale of Resistance and Survival

Executive Producer Allison Abner emphasizes the enduring resistance of First Nations tribes and the significance of sovereignty in self-determination for present and future generations. The film underscores the importance of land rights and the enduring struggle against corporate exploitation.

A Call to Action

Co-narrator Edward Norton denounces corporate greed and calls for upholding the rule of law, urging viewers to imagine the outrage if similar violations occurred in their communities. Quannah ChasingHorse reflects on the emotional journey depicted in the film, expressing hope for healing through awareness.

The documentary premiered in Washington, DC, and continues to advocate for environmental justice and indigenous rights. Showings are scheduled in various cities, inviting audiences to engage with this critical narrative.

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About 50 Eggs Films:

Led by Mary Mazzio, 50 Eggs Films is committed to producing socially impactful documentaries. Mazzio’s previous work, “A Most Beautiful Thing,” garnered critical acclaim and accolades for its portrayal of resilience and hope.

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