Our Films

FPPSE collaborated with Our World  to provide community members opportunities to tell stories of culture, learning, identity and community using video and animation. During three workshops – in Kahnawake, at Dawson College in Tiohtiáke (Montreal) and in Kangiqsujuaq, Nunavik, Indigenous professionals worked with emerging talent to create over a dozen films. Congratulations to the filmmakers and many thanks to the film mentors.

Created by Brooke Rice

Created by Jackson Coyes

Created by Joy Katsi’stano:ron Deer

Created by ‘Chef Maluh’ Marlene Hale

Created by Kanerahtens Bush

Created by Brooke Rice

Created by Pasha Partridge

Created by Vicky Boldo

Created by Mark Kadjulik

Created by Leena

A community made animation
Created by Aldku, Annie, Eyetsiak, Glenn, Jennifer, Judith, Lisa, Lizzie, Ned, Peter, Putulik & Tiivimasiu

 

Created by Nigel Adams

Created by Neekallak Annanack

These films have been shown at conferences, gatherings and in classrooms and in festivals here and abroad including: ImagiNative, Montreal First People’s Festival, Maoriland, Asinabka, Regent Park Toronto, Smithsonian Native Cinema Showcases (NCS) in New York and Santa Fe, Nickel Film Festival-Sheshatshiu, IDN Truth and ReconciliAction Conference, Montreal Indigenous Community Network, Colloque sur la Persévérance et la réussite scolaire chez les premiers peuples, International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, Illinois, Mealy Mountain Collegiate, Goose Bay, Labrador and more.

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