Directed by Tamo Campos
Produced by Filmmaker Assistance Program (FAP)
The Klabona Keepers are a group of Indigenous land protectors in northern BC. The community has a complex relationship with the mining companies that sustain their small economy with jobs but simultaneously destroy their legally held ancestral land. Despite that, this small group of leaders, elders and youth from the Iskut community have successfully prevented two major mining companies – Shell Oil and Fortune Minerals – from exploiting their sacred headwaters.