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A Beautiful Forest
An intellectual and spiritual look at the health, life, meaning, and Indigenous connection to the Acadian Forest as told by native elders, professors and experts in traditional ways.



A Life on the Line
A Life on the Line delves deep into the lifestyle, history, and culture of the Metis people from a personal, hands-on perspective through the relationship between a father who earns his living with his hands and a son who earns a living telling stories.



Dah-tsiye Kehke: Our Grandfather’s Footprints
Brothers Michael and Ramsay Bourquin take up the challenge of following in the footsteps of their grandfather Loveman Nole. With the help of their younger brother David and cousins Reginald and Ryan, they attempt to follow Loveman’s footsteps through the traditional territory of the Tahltan people.



It Was A Woman
It Was A Woman is a first person documentary about the personal journey of Cherri Low Horn as she tries to make sense of her own experience of being sexually molested as a child by a woman.



Potlatch Keepers
Filmmaker Lindsey Willie returns home to her remote ancestral village of Kingcome Inlet, BC to learn the protocols of potlatching but gains something much more – her cultural awakening.



Quiet Killing
According to a 2014 RCMP report, close to 1200 Indigenous women are missing or murdered in Canada. Many believe that even then, the number was greatly underestimated. Sex workers, victims of domestic violence, activists, the loved-ones of missing or murdered women, men as well as women all bear witness to this troubling reality, and cry out from the heart to protest.



Sex, Spirit, Strength
Michael and Jack, two brave young Indigenous men, shed the stigma and shame associated with their sexual health and gender identity in order to make a positive difference in their communities.



The Power Of The Spirit
A story about elders, parents and educators who sought to get rid of the negative effects of residential schools and set new directions in teaching to meet the needs of children for the present and the future.