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Salvage

Salvage is a feature-length documentary about the city dump in Yellowknife, Canada.

In Yellowknife, the remote capitol of the Northwest Territories, the town dump is the city’s most popular and notorious manmade attraction, mined by a colorful community of thrifty locals.

But the new city administration is determined to see it tamed, and the battle for Yellowknife’s identity is on.

Director(s): Amy C. Elliott
Production: Elizabeth Donius, Mike Scholtz
Music: Bill Staines
Actors: Walt Humphries, Bruce Underhay, Aymra Schreurs, Matthew Grogono, Al Shearing, Carl Clouter, Tony Whitford, Paul Flavo, Dwayne Wohlgemuth, Velma Sternberg, Diane Baldwin, Gordon Van Tighem, Dave Kellett, Beverly Moore, Henry Cruse, Dennis Kefalas
 
Year: 2019
Duration: 56 min
Our age recommendation: 16
Language (audio): English
Country of origin: United States
Shooting Locations: Canada
 
Screening rights: Salvage Movie ()

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Main topic(s): Upcycling, Recycling + Waste
Secondary topics: food waste plastic postconsumptionism recycling sufficiency
Mentions: garbage dump Yellowknife recycling community society consumption wastefulness
Topic Page(s): Upcycling, Recycling + Waste

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