Films By Year
An animated adaptation of the Gwich'in traditional story that highlights the importance of the caribou.
A personal documentary celebrating living on the land and respecting and appreciating the caribou, a big part of the Gwich'in lifestyle.
A multi-media short film that shares a little bit of insider information on what it is like to live in Old Crow Yukon.
An animated film about being out on the land and hunting caribou.
An interview with Alfred Charlie where he focuses on the integral Gwich'in relationship with the caribou.
An animated film about how two Gwich'in brothers think about caribou.
Three rolls of super 8 shot by a brother sister team around their village of Old Crow, Yukon.
One roll of super 8 was shared by 5 students in the grade 7,8, 9 class of Chief Zzeh Gittlit School in Old Crow.
A film created to show the complicated commute from a corner of the Kahnawake Reserve to Dawson College in Montreal.
This film invites the viewer to follow along with the filmmaker to visit her Tóta (Grandma) and enjoy her stories, memories and laughter!
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.
A young Haida boy visits his ts’inni (grandfather) for story time, and is transported into a magical world of Haida language and tradition. This world is one that represents a world of nature, animals, language and Haida ways which are disappearing.