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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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December 2018

It Was A Woman

December 4, 2018

Cherri Low Horn shares her story of growing up in a desperate situation. It was much later in her life that she began to realize what was actually going on during her childhood. As Cherri faced the reality of her times growing up, she learned coping mechanisms from an important person who may have saved her.

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NSI Aboriginal Documentary Program 2014

December 11, 2018

Four amazing documentaries in one hour!

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A Life On the Line

December 18, 2018

‘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.

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Our Grandfather’s Footprints

December 25, 2018

Our Grandfather’s Footprints Filmmaker, Michael Bourquin, and his cousins follow their aging grandfather Loveman Nole as he passes down stories of living off the land, teaches essential skills, and the importance of connecting with the land. Loveman stresses the importance of family, and the need to retain traditional knowledge and culture. Our Grandfather's Footprints is a heartfelt documentary that shares and inspires.

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March 2nd, 2017

Sex Spirit Strength

Sex Spirit Strength follows Michael and Jack, two brave young Indigenous men, as they shed the stigma and shame associated with their sexual health and gender identity in order to make a positive difference in their communities. Click for more 005 006 011

March 9th, 2017

A Right To Eat

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.

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.

March 2nd, 2017

Sex Spirit Strength

Sex Spirit Strength follows Michael and Jack, two brave young Indigenous men, as they shed the stigma and shame associated with their sexual health and gender identity in order to make a positive difference in their communities. Click for more 005 006 011

March 9th, 2017

A Right To Eat

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.