Rebel With a Cause: Nettie Wild

Nettie Wild discusses her unique position as a documentary filmmaker.

From the Zapatista revolution in Mexico, to guerrilla warfare in the Philippines;  from First Nations’ blockades in northern BC to street nurses in Vancouver.... Nettie Wild boldly plunges into the centre of the action no matter how controversial or dangerous it may be. While she says she is not an activist herself, she makes films about activists, and allows them to tell their story.

Find out how Nettie Wild describes her unique position in the midst of guerilla warfare, or on the scene of a political demonstration.

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FIX: The Story of an Addicted City (clip 1)

Heroin addict Dean Wilson is in a relationship with Ann Livingston, a confrontational community activist. Together, they are dedicated to opening Canada's first safe injection site. As they prepare for an evening meal, they joke about Dean's difficulties i...

Video - Nettie - 02/11/2004 - 00:00 - 2 comments

FIX: The Story of an Addicted City (clip 2)

Heroin addict Dean Wilson and community activist Ann Livingston lead an unpredictable crew of street addicts into the Vancouver legislator to demand that city councillors open North America's first safe injection site for drug users. The mayor of the city,...

Video - Nettie - 02/11/2004 - 00:00 - 2 comments

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