Briere, Elaine

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Briere, Elaine

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Elaine Briere is a Vancouver documentary-maker, photographer, journalist and social justice activist. Her documentary, "Bitter Paradise: The Sell-Out of East Timor", won the best political documentary award at the Hot Docs Festival, North America’s preeminent documentary film showcase, in 1997. In addition to her work on East Timor, which includes a published collection of photographs ("Testimony: Photographs of East Timor", Between the Lines, 2004), Briere has directed a documentary on Canadian merchant seamen, "Betrayed: The Story of Canadian Merchant Seamen" (1997), and has produced photo-journalism and print articles for "The Tyee", "Briarpatch", "Our Times", and other publications dedicated to labour and social justice issues. Briere’s photographs have appeared in many publications including, "Carte Blanche Photography 1" (2004); "The Other Mexico: The North American Triangle Completed" (1996), "South East Asia Tribal Groups and Ethnic Minorities" (1987) and "The Family of Women" (1979). Her photographs have been featured in exhibits in Canada, Japan, Sweden and the United States.

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