A documentary about self perception.Read More
A documentary about the importance of basketball in the community of Masset.Read More
Can a gummy bear save Haida Gwaii from Enbridge?Read More
An experimental documentary about addiction.Read More
A conceptual project that represents a 24 hour period in 24 minutes of film during the busy month of September in this remote Yukon village. Each hour is thus represented in one minute.Read More
A grandaughter interviews her grandmother about the Kwakwaka'wakw language.
Translated by Ema Child.
A young dancer interviews her grandmother to learn more about the history of her culture and get advice.Read More
An interview with a grandmother reveals a suspenseful true story with a surprising end.Read More
In her own words this filmmaker explains what happened to her people, the Gwa'sala, in 1964 when they were relocated along with the 'Nakwaxda'xw people. She wants to help others understand the whole story.Read More
An abstracted look at the indigenous fishing culture.Read More
Inspired by the video game meme of "choosing your own adventure", this video explores the ideas around culture and heritage and the choice to embrace or not...and the subsequent outcomes.Read More
This filmmaker wanted to celebrate the lighter side of living and not dwell on sad stories of the past. For this he interviewed his grandmother to learn what she did for fun.Read More
A behind the scenes look at the Eke Me-Xi Community School filmmaking workshop in Tsulquate.Read More