CBC New Indigenous Voices Podcasts

Presented by the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI)

2020

Seth Arcand

Seth Arcand

Never in My Dreams

The story of April Dustyhorn, a Cree woman from Edmonton Alberta, who has overcome incredibly difficult circumstances to pursue her dream of helping other survivors of abuse and drug addiction. The goal of the podcast is tell stories of people who overcame adversity to create a beautiful life for themselves. We were blessed to have April share her story for the first episode of the show.


Sarah Carrier

Sarah Carrier

Exploring the genre of Indigenous science fiction

Host Sarah chats with Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber, a professor at the University of Regina and contributor to the anthology Mitewacimowina: Indigenous Science Fiction and Speculative Storytelling. They discuss how traditional Indigenous teachings and culture fit into a genre that is often perceived as the exact opposite.


Faith Gore

Faith Gore

Fern Henderson and her dreams that change from childhood, into adulthood and then into motherhood.


Janell Henry

Janell Henry

Horses & Crop Circles

Within the borders of Canada, a fight ensues on the Indigenous Reservation of Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation. A thunderbird crop circle watches over the land to which the Oyate Techa Horse Riders come to offer their strength and support for land defender Jo Seenie and her family.


Nathaniel Magbanua

Nathaniel Magbanua

Paranormal Investigation

A podcast about people in Winnipeg who have had a paranormal experience in their home. This episode explores ghosts and our connection with the spirit world, particularly from an Indigenous perspective. Host Nathaniel sits down with a long-time friend to discuss the strange experiences she’s been having in her home.


Matthew Tenute

Wide-A-Wake Nightmare

Dream-talking with a childhood friend. Two old-time buddies bantering about why we think we dream.


AJ Wastasecoot

Becoming closer with your sibling over questions, sparking shared memories and learning new things about each other.

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CBC New Indigenous Voices 2020 was funded by Title, Presenting and Tuition Sponsor CBC; Program Partners Manitoba Sport, Culture & Heritage, the Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD), Telefilm Canada; Indigenous Training Programs Partner Directors Guild of Canada; Supporting Sponsors Corus Entertainment, Super Channel; Provincial Sponsor Manitoba Film & Music; Industry Supporters IATSE Local 856imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival; Service Sponsors iSplice Films, Final Draft. NSI Core Funders are Manitoba Sport, Culture & Heritage and the City of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council.