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Canada’s MMIW will be the focus of a doc backed by Zoe Saldana


Canada’s MMIW will be the focus of a doc backed by Zoe Saldana: [] Gone Missing will narrow in on three affected families in Winnipeg, including Fontaine’s family. The film is directed by Leslie Owen, whose work includes producing the award-winning 2012 documentary Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?. She’s been shooting in Manitoba over the past year and hopes to complete Gone Missing this fall, for release in 2017.

Owen spoke to Chatelaine about why she wants the world to know about Canada’s murdered and missing indigenous women.

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