C. A. MacFinn • 1:44 • 2021 • USA
A short animation loosely based on the Wabanaki creation story.
Cobra Collins • 4:17 • 2020 • Canada • English
How do you take back a story you didn't know was yours? How do you move forward while embracing and understanding your past? Follow Rose the rabbit as she seeks her way back home. A poetic story of reclamation, recovery and reconciliation by spoken word artist Cobra Collins.
Sarah Jane, Terri Houle-Lowry • 5m • 2022 • Canada • English
“This Is How I Know You” is a prayer for our missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls…and a prayer for Truth and Reconciliation. The two protagonists are seeking new eyes in an attempt to understand the reality of MMIWG. With the help of four Spirit Creatures, they witness what was broken become whole again.
Barry Bilinsky • 14m • 2022 • Canada • English
From the imagination of Kikino youth in Kikino Métis Settlement, follow the story of rebellious friends, star crossed lovers, and brave explorers coming together to discover how connected they truly are.
Barry Bilinsky • 12:29 • 2022 • Canada • English and Cree
A new roster of camp counsellors arrive at a lake side resort for the summer, but they quickly learn that the stories are true: there is more in the woods than you know.
Jerry Wolf • 26:45 • 2021 • Canada • English
The superintelligent students of Mount Arcand Academy are the brightest in the world, but the secrets of the school’s accelerated learning program are shrouded in mystery. Students begins to suspect that Mount Arcand might be prepping them for a predicted global catastrophe, but at what cost?
Director - Lungey Uda, Rosdila Ngah Roslan, Rosita Dollah, Selindang Seliman, Sylvia Ordina Othman , Diana Tan, Yaliyana Lenab, Analisa Atang, Maranisnie Mohsin, Ada Along, Arni Natasya Ibrahim, Sherry Tan , Natasya Robut, Niwani Sari, Nora Kantin, Azie Suzana Ibrahim
• 12:24 • 2020 • Malaysia • Eng. Subtitles •
Aleh, a young Orang Asli woman, struggles to find support from her village when her family's ancestral land is encroached. In fear of losing her land that she also uses to grow ubi kayu, she seeks out famous Orang Asli YouTuber Rien to expose and share her story. But Rien refuses at first as she believes that their community should pursue a better life in the city instead of farming on their land. Aleh and Rien eventually realise that they share similar struggles because of their identity. Together, they find their voice and speak out.
Director - Azie Suzana Ibrahim, Maranisnie Mohsin, Sherry Tan , Arni Natasya Ibrahim, Selindang Seliman, Rosita Dollah, Lungey Uda, Yaliyana Lenab, Rosdila Ngah Roslan, Sylvia Othman
• 14:17 • 2020 • Malaysia • Eng. Subtitles •
Deep in a forest in Perak, two young Orang Asli women from the city named Nget and Abong are enjoying the beauty and calmness of nature. But their enjoyment quickly turned into despair when Abong suddenly falls gravely ill. In their quest for healing, they discover their elders' knowledge in the medicinal properties of herbs and their deep spiritual and physical ties with the forest. They experience true healing when they finally reconnect with their traditional values and identity.
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