A story of love and its power to transcend time, space and even death.
A short history of Canada’s Indian Residential School system and its legacy.
A jingle dress dancer, an 1850s blacksmith and a troop of defiant urban Indians assert Toronto as Indigenous territory.
Joe Whitehorse, an Indigenous actor typecast in a traditional Western, is having problems performing the tragic fate of his character.
Two brothers adrift on broken sea ice in a distant land.
A teacher and his Aboriginal students build a school in the north end of Winnipeg, and in the process re-build their lives.
A retelling of part of the Inuit creation myth of Nuliajuk – goddess of the sea.
Growing up in a mixed-race family, all Dora ever wanted was to be just like everybody else.
A young girl escapes her captors and makes a desperate 911 call.
A First Nations woman confronts her cousin about spreading rumours about her authenticity as a Native woman.
A poetic approach to the fragility of the disappearing honey bees.
Russell, who lost his hearing at the age of 13, would like to hear one statement above all others.