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Beaumier Heritage Documentary Series to air on WNMU-TV
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Beaumier Heritage Documentary Series

WNMU-TV is teaming up with the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center to bring locally relevant documentaries to viewers on the last Friday of each month at 9 pm ET. The series will start in September with L'empriente (Footprints).

Each film is specially picked to reflect the many cultures of the U.P. including Native American, French Canadian, and Finnish to name a few. Films will also share the unique history and lifestyles of our local communities.

Documentary Schedule

Below is a tentative documentary film schedule. Check back periodically for changes and updates.

9/25 at 9p: L’empreinte (Footprints)
Description: The renowned actor Roy Dupuis discovers how our historic encounter with the First Nations was a determining factor in the construction of Quebec’s collective identity. It may even explain many fundamental aspects of our society… Why, then, have French Canadians denied this part of themselves for so long?

10/30 at 9p: 1913 Massacre
Description: 1913 Massacre follows singer/songwriter Arlo Guthrie to the town of Calumet, a once-thriving mining town on Michgan's Upper Peninsula still haunted by the tragic events that inspired Woody Guthrie's ballad, '1913 Massacre."

11/27 at 9p: Manoomin

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Beamier Heritage Documentary Series

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Dan Truckey discusses the new series of films airing the last Friday of each month at 9p.