By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Holly Andersen is obviously hoping her film Hebron Relocation will be seen extensively. So the filmmaker, who lives in the town of Makkovik in Nunatiavut, an autonomous area claimed by the Inuit in Newfoundland and Labrador, is excited that Hebron Relocation will have its world premiere at the Canadian international documentary film festival Hot Docs. The festival begins April 27 and continues until May 7 in Toronto. The film is about the 1959 forced relocation of Inuit people from their Labrador community of Hebron. In her film Andersen speaks to family members and friends of those who were relocated. The doc focuses on how the relocation has had generational impacts on Labrador Inuit. Andersen is thrilled her film will
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