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Salvage
2019
Canada
Amy C. Elliott
Elizabeth Donius
Amy C. Elliott
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60 min
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Salvage is a 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.
Stills
Selected festival history
  • Arctic Film Fest (Best Feature Documentary Film)
  • Docuwest Documentary Film Festival (Focus on the Environment Award)
  • South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival
Amy C. Elliott
DIRECTOR'S BIOGRAPHY:
Amy C. Elliott is a photographer and documentary filmmaker based in New York City. She has been shooting motion and still editorial assignments for twenty years, with a particular focus on regional American culture. She directed and shot the feature documentaries «Salvage» (2019), «Wicker Kittens» (2014) and «World's Largest» (2010). She was awarded the American Society of Media Photographer's Best of 2012 honors for «The War Within», a major multimedia project for The American Legion, focusing on post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans. She is a graduate of Princeton University.

Director's filmography:
2019 – «Salvage»
2014 - «Wicker Kittens»
2010 - «World's Largest»
2005 – «Snow»
1997 - «Headless»