A 30-second PSA that broadcast across Northwestern Ontario during Anti-violence month (November). This was commissioned by the Aboriginal Domestic Violence Committee of Thunder Bay. Executive Producer: Roseanna Hudson Actors: Dad [..]
Documentary (2011), 72 min., HD
Realizing they are only a few years away from the complete loss of an ancient tradition, four generations of a family struggle to return to their traditional wild rice (Manomin) lake.
Documentary (2011), 34 min., HD In a remote northern reserve caught in the grips of a prescription drug abuse epidemic, a young woman named Doris is determined to overcome her [..]
Feature Film, (in development)
A feature film set in Northern Ontario. Currently in development stages. Details coming soon.
Documentary (in post), 14min., HD
A unique artistic movement has established itself in the strangest place, a massive rubble pile leftover from the demolition of an old grain elevator located along the harbour front in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Comedy, 8 min., HD
An Anishinabek legend translated to film by youth artists working with mentoring filmmakers, Eagle vs. Sparrow is about the traditional grandfather teaching of ‘humility’.
Documentary (2009), 46min., HD
Sometimes art imitates life, and when it does, it can be very therapeutic. Four Anishinabek (Ojibway) youth actors are forever changed as they discover striking parallels between the fictional characters they play and their own lives.
Documentary (2009), 42 min., DVCam
In 1936-37, 1700 Canadians volunteered to fight with the Spanish people against a fascist coup d’etat. This documentary features the story of Jules Paivio, one of the last living Canadian volunteers of the infamous Mackenzie-Papineau Battallion.
Drama (2007) 32 min., Super 16mm
Reserve life, family problems and the death of a close friend push Kaitlyn into a deep depression. Following a suicide attempt and a lengthy hospital stay in a strange city, she finds herself in group therapy with three other Anishinawbe youth.
Documentary (2007), 28 min., DVCPro
Three generations of Woodland (Anishinawbe) artists are featured in this documentary exploring the interconnections between modern and ancient art, the land, and the importance of the traditional Ojibway value of intergenerational mentorship.