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August 2017

NSI Aboriginal Documentary Program

August 19
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Once on May 21, 2017,
and Once on May 22, 2017,
and Once on August 17, 2017,
and Once on August 19, 2017,
and Once on August 20, 2017,
and Once on August 21, 2017

Four short films in a one hour special! Alice & Kevin from director Sam Vint and producer Chris Read This is the story of Alice Taylor, a life-long resident of the remote fly-in community of St. Theresa Point First Nation. She spends just about every day caring for her adult son Kevin who has cerebral palsy and needs Alice’s round-the-clock assistance. With Alice’s own health in decline she finds it increasingly difficult to care for her son. She knows Kevin…

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NSI Aboriginal Documentary Program

August 20
|Recurring Title (See all)
Once on May 21, 2017,
and Once on May 22, 2017,
and Once on August 17, 2017,
and Once on August 19, 2017,
and Once on August 20, 2017,
and Once on August 21, 2017

Four short films in a one hour special! Alice & Kevin from director Sam Vint and producer Chris Read This is the story of Alice Taylor, a life-long resident of the remote fly-in community of St. Theresa Point First Nation. She spends just about every day caring for her adult son Kevin who has cerebral palsy and needs Alice’s round-the-clock assistance. With Alice’s own health in decline she finds it increasingly difficult to care for her son. She knows Kevin…

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APTN First Tracks

August 24
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Once on August 26, 2017,
and Once on August 27, 2017,
and Once on August 28, 2017

Canadian Aboriginal Musicians have had a chance to produce a video with the help of APTN! We're thrilled to share these with you on APTN First Tracks!

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APTN First Tracks

August 26
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Once on August 26, 2017,
and Once on August 27, 2017,
and Once on August 28, 2017

Canadian Aboriginal Musicians have had a chance to produce a video with the help of APTN! We're thrilled to share these with you on APTN First Tracks!

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APTN First Tracks

August 27
|Recurring Title (See all)
Once on August 26, 2017,
and Once on August 27, 2017,
and Once on August 28, 2017

Canadian Aboriginal Musicians have had a chance to produce a video with the help of APTN! We're thrilled to share these with you on APTN First Tracks!

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September 2017

Joey Stylez: No Gimmicks

September 6
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Once on September 7, 2017

From troubled Cree kid on the streets of Saskatoon to hip hop/rap sensation, Joey Stylez (Joseph Laplante) 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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Joey Stylez: No Gimmicks

September 7
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Once on September 7, 2017

From troubled Cree kid on the streets of Saskatoon to hip hop/rap sensation, Joey Stylez (Joseph Laplante) 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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A Right To Eat

September 13
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Once on September 14, 2017

Many isolated Northern communities suffer food insecurity; meaning less is being eaten by individuals than what is needed. In some cases, many children are going to bed with growling tummies. With the cost of food in local grocery stores sky-rocketing, there is limited access to healthy foods. In A Right To Eat, filmmakers head North to explore the challenges and price of nutritional meals.

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A Right To Eat

September 14
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Once on September 14, 2017

Many isolated Northern communities suffer food insecurity; meaning less is being eaten by individuals than what is needed. In some cases, many children are going to bed with growling tummies. With the cost of food in local grocery stores sky-rocketing, there is limited access to healthy foods. In A Right To Eat, filmmakers head North to explore the challenges and price of nutritional meals.

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Potlatch Keepers

September 20
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Once on September 21, 2017

"Potlatch Keepers" is a journey of self discovery and cultural awakening. Community Elders have asked youth to return home from the cities in an effort to help preserve their fading cultural keystone, the Potlatch. An aboriginal filmmaker shares her personal story as she returns to her BC community to answer the call.

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Potlatch Keepers

September 21
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Once on September 21, 2017

"Potlatch Keepers" is a journey of self discovery and cultural awakening. Community Elders have asked youth to return home from the cities in an effort to help preserve their fading cultural keystone, the Potlatch. An aboriginal filmmaker shares her personal story as she returns to her BC community to answer the call.

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The Girls of St. Mary’s

September 27
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Once on September 28, 2017

“The Girls of St. Mary’s” is a rare glimpse into the lives of three Maliseet teenagers on St. Mary’s First Nation, in Fredericton, New Brunswick. St. Mary’s is one of the few urban reserves in Canada and it’s economically strong, But, even here, racism and intolerance take their toll. This one-hour documentary follows a 14, 16 an 17 year-old over a six-month period, as they struggle with inter-racial dating, complicated family relationships and the reality of growing up as aboriginal…

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The Girls of St. Mary’s

September 28
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Once on September 28, 2017

“The Girls of St. Mary’s” is a rare glimpse into the lives of three Maliseet teenagers on St. Mary’s First Nation, in Fredericton, New Brunswick. St. Mary’s is one of the few urban reserves in Canada and it’s economically strong, But, even here, racism and intolerance take their toll. This one-hour documentary follows a 14, 16 an 17 year-old over a six-month period, as they struggle with inter-racial dating, complicated family relationships and the reality of growing up as aboriginal…

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October 2017

Mayday: Death In The Arctic

October 4
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Once on October 5, 2017

Air crash investigators face an enormous challenge when a massive military training exercise confronts a real-life catastrophe in Canada’s high Arctic. First Air Flight 6560 has slammed into a hillside near Resolute Bay—one of the most remote airports in the world. And it’s up to Canada’s Transportation Safety Board to figure out what went wrong.

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Mayday: Death In The Arctic

October 5
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Once on October 5, 2017

Air crash investigators face an enormous challenge when a massive military training exercise confronts a real-life catastrophe in Canada’s high Arctic. First Air Flight 6560 has slammed into a hillside near Resolute Bay—one of the most remote airports in the world. And it’s up to Canada’s Transportation Safety Board to figure out what went wrong.

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Carry The Fire

October 11

As an educator, Raoul McKay dedicated himself to sharing stories, inspiring change, and influencing hundreds of students that were in his care.  The efforts and determination in this man have changed the face of Canada forever first as a teacher, and later as a documentary film producer. See how Raoul McKay, the legend, the achiever, made a great difference for people across our Nation in Carry The Fire.

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Okpik’s Dream

October 18
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Once on October 19, 2017

Harry Okpik has had a dream since he was young --to be a champion musher. Learning the traditional way of life from the ones he loved, Harry put his knowledge to work. After years of experience, and some set backs in life, he prays he is ready for the big race.

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Okpik’s Dream

October 19
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Once on October 19, 2017

Harry Okpik has had a dream since he was young --to be a champion musher. Learning the traditional way of life from the ones he loved, Harry put his knowledge to work. After years of experience, and some set backs in life, he prays he is ready for the big race.

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Sasquatch’n

October 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Once on October 26, 2017

We've all heard the Sasquatch stories, but is there more to know? This documentary digs deep into the Indigenous experience to uncover surprising little-known sightings and spiritual messages that might change what you thought you knew about Sasquatch.

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Sasquatch’n

October 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Once on October 26, 2017

We've all heard the Sasquatch stories, but is there more to know? This documentary digs deep into the Indigenous experience to uncover surprising little-known sightings and spiritual messages that might change what you thought you knew about Sasquatch.

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November 2017

1491: The Untold Stories of the America’s Before Columbus

November 8
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Once on November 9, 2017

Part 1 Thousands of civilizations and world changing adventures have encompassed our Earth. This docudrama will change how the world views Indigenous history.

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1491: The Untold Stories of the America’s Before Columbus

November 9
|Recurring Title (See all)
Once on November 9, 2017

Part 1 Thousands of civilizations and world changing adventures have encompassed our Earth. This docudrama will change how the world views Indigenous history.

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