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Indigenous Short Film
Bingo is synonymous with Indigenous culture. It’s a time where families connect and mingle, with the hopes of winning the big prize. But this is not your typical bingo game. On the borders of the Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation where Ontario and Quebec meet New York state, bingo is played in the comfort of your own home. It’s just like bingo, except it’s not. It’s RADIO BINGO! Its a story about hope; the power of community members; and the pursuit to relearn the Mohawk language while having fun.
Two sisters travel to a reservation to learn about Kanien'kehá:ka culture. Due to the progression of her illness, Andie intends to live out her days there. Mel, on the other hand, rejects both the truth about Andie’s diagnosis and the importance of bringing ceremony into their lives.
When Tamara’s best friend goes missing in the Amazon rainforest, she immerses herself in the deep jungle to find him. Will she?
The DocuStory gives visual voice to wholistic awareness surrounding the importance of the liver in our wellness. Health and media researchers partnered with Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, healthcare professionals, a social influencer, and young people with lived experience to co-create an approach to liver wellness and hepatitis C focusing on balance and healing.
Liver disease and hepatitis C rates are rising and culturally connected resources are integral to shifting the disparity narrative.
Powerful cinematographic slam, with a mastery of words in the language imposed by colonization, this film expresses a criticism of our relationship to Mother Earth.