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Reel Insights brings you in-depth documentaries from around the globe. See the triumphs, losses, and experience the passions of Indigenous peoples, as told by Aboriginal filmmakers.

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June 2018

Joey Stylez: No Gimmicks

June 21

From troubled Cree kid on the streets of Saskatoon to a hip hop sensation, Joey Stylez is on a path to stardom most can only dream of. What does he have that other people don’t? This documentary will embark on a journey with Joey to find out what gives him the “it” factor and how his connection to his Cree roots helps him stay grounded.

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Smoke Traders

June 28

It's a multi-million dollar industry with multiple benefits to communities and individual lives. Smoke Traders tells the story of the contraband tobacco trade in Eastern Canada. Business owners see it as taking back an industry that once was a Native right. The Canadian government sees it as illegal.

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July 2018

Arctic Mosque

July 5

A prefabricated Mosque makes an adventurous 4000 kilometer journey by land and river to a small Arctic town. About 80 Muslim people live in Inuvik and eagerly await the arrival of the iconic building that is moving to the great white North. Arctic Mosque takes you on a journey from first conception to how lives will change in the North.

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A Beautiful Forest

July 12

It was once an incredible forest, covering an expansive area equivalent to modern day New Brunswick. A Beautiful Forest takes a look at the land as it exists in today’s modern world. Chiefs, scientists, and a medicine woman relate their views on what has happened to the area as they attempt to re-establish a balance with the new land.

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About Reel Insights

Reel Insights brings you in-depth documentaries from around the globe. See the triumphs, losses, and experience the passions of Indigenous peoples, as told by Aboriginal filmmakers.