A modern day crime story set in the world of a Native American Indian reservation, and explores power, loyalty, and spirituality in a community led by the ambitious Chief Lincoln Red Crow, ... See full summary »
Adil El Arbi,
Red Crow Mi'kmaq reservation, 1976: By government decree, every Indian child under the age of 16 must attend residential school. In the kingdom of the Crow, that means imprisonment at St. Dymphna's. That means being at the mercy of "Popper", the sadistic Indian agent who runs the school.
Follows the life of Native Canadian Saul Indian Horse as he survives residential school and life amongst the racism of the 1970s. A talented hockey player, Saul must find his own path as he battles stereotypes and alcoholism.
Ink is a feral teen headed down a path of drugs and self-destruction after getting kicked out of her upper class home. Destin is an introspective outsider trying to turn his life around and... See full summary »
Daniel V. Graulau
Mohawk Girls is a half hour dramatic comedy about four young women figuring out how to be Mohawk in the 21st century. The series centers around four twenty-something Mohawk women trying to ... See full summary »
Filmed at the Arctic Circle, "The Sun at Midnight" tells the story of an unexpected friendship between a hunter obsessed with finding a missing caribou herd and a teenage rebel who gets lost while on the run.
Four army rangers become stranded in a remote chalet in the woods. As they fight for survival and against their own inner demons, they are torn apart by a discovery they make...a box filled... See full summary »
The message of the film's love story is a reflection for the Native women lost and for other's that have lost someone too. The film offers a glimpse in to an Indigenous epidemic that has claimed the lives of thousands of women and leaving surviving families, needs global awareness. Local news feeds and broadcasts from reservations here in the U.S. to the reserves in Canada are filled with unbelievable first hand accounts of Indigenous women who are missing and never found. Both governments almost never and rarely ever mention this growing issue.Written by