Métis Femme Bodies

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A visual and sonic exploration into the experiences of what has become a repressed identity in both Indigenous and female(-presenting) forms.

Living by the Drum

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Hit the trail with Hanwakan Blaikie Whitecloud as he explores one of our nation’s most sacred celebrations, the Pow Wow.

I’m Not Next

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A mother escapes an abusive relationship with her daughter. They go to the only place they feel safe: their reserve.

Run Nasayenh Run: A Wendigo Teaching

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The road trip of a young man who believes he is being pursued by the often misunderstood Wendigo spirit.

The Last Ride

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Indigenous music icon Errol ‘C-Weed’ Ranville had his life shattered when he survived a fiery car crash, but it gave him a second chance to solidify his legacy.

Pow Wow Xperience

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In the pow wow circle, each one of us is welcome to come celebrate and dance.

Our Tomorrows, Today: Wahbung 1971

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The history of Wahbung, Our Tomorrows, and how it was a catalyst for First Nations peoples’ right to self-determination.

katatjanik utippalianinga (The Return of Throat Singing)

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Throat singing is a special talent and traditional game which was nearly destroyed but has since been revived.

A Historic Survival

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Red Deer community kokums Bertha Poor and Rosina Winnie remember their survival of residential school in northern Saskatchewan.

Scales

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After being captured, Ayeeiahchia’, a powerful water creature, must escape Jones, a psychopathic hunter, using the only weapon she has: her voice.

Help You See: Mathew’s Story

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A 16-year-old blind Aboriginal musician from a remote Manitoba reserve gets the opportunity to take the stage with pop star Nelly Furtado.

Raven Goes Fishing

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Raven has adventures and encounters new friends as he fishes in the ocean, on the sea shore and in forest streams.