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Louisiana Fenceline, God & Greenpeace in Cancer Alley

There are 150 sprawling chemical plants in what is notoriously known as Cancer Alley, Louisiana. Thousands of people live on the fence lines surrounding the plants and are exposed to outrageous levels of toxic chemical pollution day and night. The residents of one small community fight back with fiery activist Albertha Hasten leading the way. They are up against Dow Chemical but look to God for help - and along the way warily accept the support of Greenpeace and a busload of celebrities.
Film Details
One Off
2005
MinutesSeconds
Run time4900
English
Fourth Line Documentaries
Credits
Director: 
Mark Hamilton
Producer: 
Mark Hamilton
Editor: 
Mark Hamilton
Cinematographer: 
Mark Hamilton
Awards and Festivals
2006, Bay Street Film Festival, Thunder Bay
2005, Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival
2005, Guelph Festival of Moving Images