An homage to the filmmaker’s grandfather and his attachment to his Gwa’sala culture and his encouragement for his granddaughters' own interest and practice in their culture as well.
An adapted and animated version of The Kwakwaka'wakw Legend: The Dzunuk’wa, who is a sleepy monster who steals children who are out late at night.
This filmmaker bravely and poetically reflects on the effects from having a disappointing & unavailable father figure as a role model and care-giver. Although hard hitting and honest, this film also provides hope for youth in the same position.
This documentary explores addiction and depression in the indigenous community. Personal experience is shared and hope is given to those who choose a healthier and more cultural path!