OUR world screening history

Besides screening all the films in each community after the workshop, all the films get submitted to festivals around the world!

Also of note, all screening fees go direct to filmmakers!




TORONTO INTERNATIONAL Film Festival

Toronto ON, Canada

2017: Jump Cuts Young Filmmakers Showcase - The Past Affects the Future





Haida Gwaii Film Festival

Haida Gwaii Film Festival

Haida Gwaii BC, Canada

2015: Our World Haida Gwaii films 2014
2014: Our World Haida Gwaii films 2013


Reel 2 Reel

Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth

Vancouver BC, Canada

2017: Consequences of a Thief, The Next Generation

2016: Proud to be Heiltsuk
2015: RelocationIt's Up to YouOne of Granny Lil's Amazing StoriesBeing a Teen is ToughBody Image
 

Awards

2017: The Next Generation won Runner Up Best Documentary! Congrats to Alexa & Astrid!

2015: Relocation won Editing Award! Congrats to Kelly!
2015: It's Up to You won Jury Recognition Award! Congrats to Roberta!
2015: One of Granny Lil's Amazing Stories won Jury Special Mention Award! Congrats to Alex!

Three Filmmakers of Consequences of a Thief attended the 2017 festival!

The Filmmakers of Body Image and Being a Teen is Tough attended the 2015 festival!


The smithsonian National museum of the American Indian

New York City NY, USA

2017: Native Cinema Showcase in New Mexico - Kamx'id, Our Heiltsuk Ways






DOXA


DOXA Documentary Film Festival

Vancouver BC, Canada

2009: Man Who Always Lives in the BushTraditional Trappings
2008: Sun Peak CollisionHappy BoyFriendship Songs and DreamsSháshishálem

*The 2008 films were created during the NFB/DOXA Youth Connexions Forum and screened during the Closing Gala!


Reel YOuth as Part of Vancouver International Film Festival

Vancouver BC, Canada

2016: Kamix'id


Regent Park Film Fest

Toronto ON, Canada

2008: Sun Peak Collision, Our Barn, A Fossiled Life, Our Land

Awards

Our Barn won The Youth Award! Congrats to Cody & Kirsten!
*All 5 filmmakers were flown to Toronto and attended the festival


Cowichan

Cowichan Aboriginal Festival of Film & Art

Duncan BC, Canada

2015: RelocationIt's Up to YouOne of Granny Lil's Amazing Stories, LanguagePick A PathHomelands to Now: How We SeaFun

Awards

Language won Culture & Heritage Award! Congrats to Mariah!
How We Sea won Culture & Heritage Award! Congrats to Stephen!

Relocation won Best Documentary ! Congrats to Kelly!
It's Up to You won Research Award! Congrats to Roberta!
One of Granny Lil's Amazing Stories won Best Animation! Congrats to Alex!
Fun won Animation Award! Congrats to Ricky!
Pick a Path won Best Script! Congrats to Michael!

*All filmmakers attended the festival
 


Kootenay Youth Film Festival

Nelson BC, Canada

2015:  One of Granny Lil's Amazing Stories, Body Image, Language

Awards

One of Granny Lil's Amazing Stories won First Place in the 13-16 category! Congrats to Alex!
Body Image won Second Place in the 13-16 category! Congrats to Anni, Taylor & Zaya !


port townsend Film Festival

Port Townsend WA, USA

2008: Sun Peak Collision