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Aftermath: the Remnants of War


War does not end when peace treaties are signed. The evidence of warfare lies beneath our fields, our cities and our collective memory. Aftermath: The Remnants of War weaves archival images and personal stories into a powerful portrait of lingering devastation. Based on the Gelber Award-winning book by Donovan Webster, this insightful film reveals the twentieth century as the most violent in all of human history, with a death toll of more than one hundred million.

Running Time: 74 min
Subject(s): American History, Conflicts, Globalization, History, Human Rights, Law and Justice, Military, War
Language(s): English
Producer(s): Michael Kot, Sydney Suissa, Norm Bolen, Don Haig, Louise Lore, Peter Starr, Ed Barreveld, André Bennett
Editor(s): Deborah Palloway
Production Company: Aftermath Pictures Inc., National Film Board of Canada

Festival Participation

  • FICA - International Festival of Environmental Films & Videos - 2002
    UNESCO Prize
  • FICA - International Festival of Environmental Films & Videos - 2002
    Special Jury Prize + Special Prize Documania
  • Houston WorldFest - International Film Festival - 2002
    Gold Special Jury Award
  • The New York Festivals / Festival Competition - 2002
    Gold World Medal
  • Columbus International Film and Video Festival - 2002
    Bronze Plaque Award
  • New York Itinérant - Wilbur Awards Competition - 2002
    Religion Communicators Council's 2001 Wilbur Award
  • US International Film and Video Festival - 2002
    Gold Camera Award

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