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Requiem for a Stream (2006)

Winner - Audience Choice Award - Muskegon Film Festival 2006

Winner - Kodak Award - Waterfront Film Festival - 2006

Produced and Directed by David J. Ruck

Produced by Frank Herman

Running Time: 53:00


Undergraduate thesis film that examines the legacy of polluters and industrial influence in Muskegon, Michigan.

The story follows a group of citizens trying to block a company from dumping waste water into Lake Michigan by punching a hole for a pipeline through a critical dune area. Additionally, the film looks at how environmental challenges are addressed on the national and state level, while recalling stories Muskegon has faced in the past.

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