Renowned Inuit lawyer Aaju Peter who has led a lifelong fight for the rights of her people. When her youngest son unexpectedly passes away, Aaju embarks on a personal journey to bring her colonizers in both Canada and Denmark to justice.
A group of multination Indigenous Elders from across Canada, along with community members, come together to find healing from past traumas.
Join 6 Indigenous Fashion Designers as they explore the world of fashion and the way in which we can heal through the art of fashion.
Cultural leader, entrepreneur, impresario, entertainer, activist. Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus thought he knew his charismatic grandfather Bill, until an unearthed 70-year-old silent film suggests he might have been the first ever Aboriginal filmmaker. As Tiriki journeys across the continent and chases down myriad leads about his grandfather, a compelling untold story of activism, resistance and politically driven art-making unfolds. With all the intrigue of the best detective fiction.
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.