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Generation 14plus


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In contemplative shots, the camera takes in the landscape of North Dakota – Indigenous country – , until the images are shattered by the hard metallic screeching of drilling rigs. A decade ago the oil industry moved in to exploit the region, bringing along a horde of itinerant hired hands. With reverent clarity, Michelle Latimer reveals the direct connection between the plundering of Mother Nature and violence against the women and girls of the Indigenous population.

Michelle Latimer

USA / Canada 2017

English, Hidatsa

Documentary form
13’ · Colour


Michelle Latimer
Director of Photography
Iris Ng
Katie Chipperfield
Laura Ortman
Sound Design
Brennan Mercer
Chris Roman
Executive Producers
Michelle Latimer, Laura Poitras, Charlotte Cook
Catie Lamer


Michelle Latimer

A Canadian director, producer, actor and activist whose films have already screened at numerous international festivals. She is also the director, screenwriter and showrunner of the TV series Rise which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. She is currently working on her debut feature film.


2009 Tomorrow; short film 2011 Choke; short film 2014 Alias 2015 The Underground; short film 2016 Nimmikaage; short film 2017 Rise; TV series · Nuuca; short film

Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2018

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