A woman’s connection to her mother in the spirit world reactivates Taíno culture and presence, revealing a realm unseen. Filmed on Super 8 and developed by hand with plant medicines and botanicals, Spirit Emulsion develops a language for Taíno filmmaking based in the earth and cosmos, and in so doing, breathes an ancestral connection into new form.
In Heartbeat of a Nation, a short documentary by Eric Janvier that celebrates Dene cultural reclamation and revitalization, a father passes on traditional knowledge to his child through the teachings of a caribou drum.
Nestled deep within British Columbia, the Gostlin family finds solace in the spirit of the mountains and culture of powder skiing, after an unexpected tragedy changes the family’s dream forever.
The film co-stars Canadian skier Mark Abma (75,000+ IG followers), with a sensational soundtrack recorded in Berlin’s Funkhaus Cathedral by Liam Mour (250,000+ Spotify followers) in partnership with Sony Music Europe. Directed by 24-year-old Cannes YDA nominee Cameron Thuman, this global team and its media partners are actively ready to attend and heavily promote screenings.
City boy and aspiring Northerner, Bran Ramsey, travels to Dawson City Yukon to meet Cut Eastbound. And artist and carpenter who built his off-grid home from supplies he found at the local landfill.
"Between a rock and a hard place" is the pilot episode of TV show about an all-ladies curling team.
“Gonàowo” explores the Tłı̨chǫ past, present and future. How we became Tłı̨chǫ Government, what it means to be Tłı̨chǫ and why self-governance is important.
“Gonàowo is knowledge of our way of life, it is our language which is drawn from the land. It’s our culture and expression of who we are and encompasses all that it is to be Tłı̨chǫ.” – John B Zoe.
In Memory of Lodune Shelley
Films from our own backyard in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.