A visual and sonic exploration into the experiences of what has become a repressed identity in both Indigenous and female(-presenting) forms.
Hit the trail with Hanwakan Blaikie Whitecloud as he explores one of our nation’s most sacred celebrations, the Pow Wow.
A mother escapes an abusive relationship with her daughter. They go to the only place they feel safe: their reserve.
The road trip of a young man who believes he is being pursued by the often misunderstood Wendigo spirit.
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.
In the pow wow circle, each one of us is welcome to come celebrate and dance.
The history of Wahbung, Our Tomorrows, and how it was a catalyst for First Nations peoples’ right to self-determination.
Throat singing is a special talent and traditional game which was nearly destroyed but has since been revived.
Red Deer community kokums Bertha Poor and Rosina Winnie remember their survival of residential school in northern Saskatchewan.
After being captured, Ayeeiahchia’, a powerful water creature, must escape Jones, a psychopathic hunter, using the only weapon she has: her voice.
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 has adventures and encounters new friends as he fishes in the ocean, on the sea shore and in forest streams.