Return To Manomin
Documentary (2011), 72 min., HD
Realizing they are only a few years away from the complete loss of an ancient tradition, four generations of a family struggle to return to their traditional wild rice (Manomin) lake.
The Healing Lens
Documentary (2009), 46min., HD
Sometimes art imitates life, and when it does, it can be very therapeutic. Four Anishinabek (Ojibway) youth actors are forever changed as they discover striking parallels between the fictional characters they play and their own lives.
The Life You Want
This film has recently featured in articles in the Ottawa Citizen, The Vancouver Sun, Canada.com, Montreal Gazette and coast-to-coast on CBC Radio One’s “The Current” (part 2). Documentary (2011), 34 [...]
To My Son In Spain: Finnish Canadians in the Spanish Civil War
Documentary (2009), 42 min., DVCam
This documentary features the story of Jules Paivio and 1700 other Canadians who volunteered to fight alongside the Spanish people against a fascist coup d’etat in 1936-37.
Documentary (2007), 28 min., DVCPro
Three generations of Woodland (Anishinawbe) artists are featured in this documentary exploring the interconnections between modern and ancient art, the land, and the importance of the traditional Ojibway value of intergenerational mentorship.
Storytelling That Matters
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We create our own documentary and dramatic film and television projects about the rich characters and untold stories of the vast land known as Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Feel free to check out our work!
MOTIVATE, MOVE, INSPIRE
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