“TWO RIVERS explores the character of change.  The film reveals that primary characters in this story aren’t people at all, but places: the Berkeley Pit, the Bonner Mill site, the Milltown Dam, the local communities and, of course, the confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot rivers. These characters have complex relationships and history that ultimately led to the climatic dam removal. Hawes-Davis and Carr largely let these places speak for themselves, with a narrative that is quiet, simple, thoughtful and often emotional.” Missoula Independent  (read full review)

“Visually arresting.  TWO RIVERS takes an impressionistic, long view on the removal of the Milltown Dam and how it affected residents.”  Missoulian