Yellowknife dump doc enters post-production stage


The documentary Salvage, directed by New York City based filmmaker Amy Elliott, is scheduled to debut late this year, with the goal of being submitted to film festivals across North America.

Elliott said post-production on the movie is going slowly because of the amount of footage gathered over a five-year period.

Makers of “Salvage,” a movie about the Yellowknife dump, are hoping the documentary will hit film festivals across North America when it’s released. The film is currently in its post-production phase. Photo sourced from Twitter.

The documentary features the Yellowknife dump. Labelled the biggest man made attraction in the city, Elliott said the film  is designed to help preserve the identity of Yellowknife.