A great injustice is being done on Lelu Island near Prince Rupert, B.C., the sacred and traditional territory of the Gitwilgyoots people for over 10,000 years. The B.C. provincial government is trying to green light the construction of a massive LNG terminal on the island without consent. The Gitwilgyoots are the keepers of Lelu Island and its connected Flora Bank, a massive sand bar that is part of the Skeena River estuary and known by fisheries biologists as some of the most important salmon habitat in Canada.

Join the resistance of the Lax Kw’alaams on both land and sea in ‘A Last Stand for Lelu’.


- Winner at the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival

- Best Documentary Short - Top Ten Must See Documentaries 2016, Asian Film Festivals

- Official Selection at Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

- 7 Must see films at VIMFF - Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (2016)

- Winner at the Hollywood Independent Documentary Awards (2016)

- Winner at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival (2016)

- Winner at the One Nation Film Festival (2017)

- Best Documentary Short Film Jury Award - Winner at The Global Independent Film Awards - Environmental (Feb 2017)

- Winner at IndieFEST – Award of Merit with Special Mention

- Winner at the Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival – Best Documentary Short