Film Screening: DƏNE YI’INJETL | The Scattering of Man (June 17, 2022)
KPAC is thrilled to host a live screening of the award winning film: DƏNE YI’INJETL | The Scattering of Man.
**The Film will be followed by a Q&A portion with Director Luke Gleeson**
June 17, 2022 (KPAC Auditorium)
Doors – 6:00pm
Film – 7:00pm
Q&A – 8:15pm
(Bar and concession will be available for this event)
Tickets can be purchased at the KPAC office or by calling 250-782-9325
*$15 advance / $20 door *
DƏNE YI’INJETL | The Scattering of Man
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Between 1960 and 1961 the Province of British Columbia, then led by the Premier W.A.C. Bennett, underwent a series of nationalizations in
order to create Provincial “Crown corporations”. This initiative included the creation of what is now known as BC Hydro.
In 1968, BC Hydro completed construction on the W.A.C Bennett Dam and began flooding the Rocky Mountain Trench in northern British
Columbia, Canada. The resulting flood greatly impacted the Tsay Keh Dene people who have inhabited this area since time immemorial.
DƏNE YI’INJETL is told from the perspective of the Tsay Keh Dene Nation and its membership about the events that took place before and
after the flood. Viewed by many critics as a Provincial vanity project, development of the dam was pushed forward and completed ahead of
schedule, with little thought given to the resulting impacts that the natural environment and Tsay Keh Dene people would soon face.