Historic Feature Film, to be released in 2010
"Canada's Anne Frank Story"
Directed by Louie Lawless
Based on a story by Kevin and Lori Annett and Louie Lawless,
Producers of the award-winning documentary film UNREPENTANT
"The Diary" is the only feature film ever to shed light on the horrible truth of genocide and murder in Canada's Indian Residential Schools - and one man's struggle to hold his church and country accountable. Filmed on Vancouver Island, on the very land where these crimes occurred and continue, and featuring native people and actual residential school survivors, "The Diary" goes where no film has gone before.
Based on the life and books of Rev. Kevin Annett, "The Diary" is set for release in 2010.
To view the trailers of this amazing film, go to:
For more information and to assist in the distribution and release of "The Diary," contact Louie Lawless at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kevin Annett at email@example.com.
Read and Hear the truth of Genocide in Canada, past and present, at this website: www.hiddenfromhistory.org, and see the trailer to Kevin's award-winning documentary UNREPENTANT film on the same website.
Soon to be released feature film, THE DIARY, based on Kevin Anett's epic struggle to bring to light genocide in Canada - see the trailer at:
“Kevin is more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than many who have received it in the past.”-Dr. Noam Chomsky, Institute Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“A courageous and inspiring man." (referring to Kevin Annett)-Mairead Corrigan-Maguire, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Belfast , Northern Ireland
"As a long time front line worker with the Elders' Council at the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre, I stand behind what Kevin Annett is trying to do for our people. The genocide that continues today and which stemmed from the residential schools needs to be exposed. Kevin Annett helps break the silence, and brings the voice of our people all over the world."-Carol Muree Martin - Spirit Tree Woman, Nisgaa Nation
"I gave Kevin Annett his Indian name, Eagle Strong Voice, in 2004 when I adopted him into our Anishinabe Nation. He carries that name proudly because he is doing the job he was sent to do, to tell his people of their wrongs. He speaks strongly and with truth. He speaks for our stolen and murdered children. I ask everyone to listen to him and welcome him."-Chief Louis Daniels - Whispers Wind, Elder, Turtle Clan, Anishinabe Nation, Winnipeg, Manitoba