A GoFundMe page will be created to raise money for her daughter.“Twyla is so loved. This coast that she lived and fought for with all of her heart is now a lonelier place for her passing. She left us too soon,” the Facebook page states.Through such films as Salmon Confidential and BC for Sale, Roscovich combined spectacular imagery, evocative music, crisp writing, and her foreboding narration to convey how diseases from farmed Atlantic salmon threatened Pacific wild salmon.Roscovich worked closely with biologist Alexandra Morton and always ensured that views of First Nations were included in her work.BC for Sale, which was released in advance of the 2013 election, was ahead of its time in highlighting how the B.C. Liberals were so deeply enmeshed with the corporate sector. Advertisement Twitter Advertisement Twyla Roscovich is no longer alive, but her strong voice and beautiful images in such films as BC for Sale and Salmon Confidential will remain part of the fabric of her beloved province for years to come. The B.C. environmental community is mourning the loss of one of its most skillful documentary filmmakers.The body of Twyla Roscovich was found after she had gone missing near Campbell River, according to her Facebook page. No foul play is suspected.The Sointula filmmaker and photographer was 38. Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment
APTN National NewsFor the moment, the families of Robert Pickton’s victims have wrapped up their testimony at the missing women’s inquiry in Vancouver.The sister of one victim used her chance on the stand to tell police exactly how she felt about their botched investigation.Her emotional testimony comes just as family lawyers fear a fierce legal battle is looming over efforts by police to keep some material secret.APTN National News reporter Rob Smith has this story.