The RIDM and Wapikoni mobile are joining forces this year again to highlight the important issues presented by young Indigenous creators. Starting today and until December 20, the 8 short films proposed before all the films of the national competition during our 23rd edition will be available on La Fabrique culturelle. Discover or rediscover these deeply committed works :
HELI, SET ŦTE SḰÁL ȽTE by Renée Sampson
Kassinu by Uapukun Mestokosho McKenzie
Kijâtai by Kijâtai-Alexandra Veillette-Cheezo
In this meditative self-portrait, Anishinaabe filmmaker Kijâtai-Alexandra Veillette-Cheezo films herself in the process of reclaiming her people’s language.
Nutashkuaniu Shipu by Marc-Antoine Ishpatao
This contemplative film, brimming with stories, is presented as a follow-up to La conquête de l’Amérique II by Arthur Lamothe. Here, Marc-Antoine Ishpatao tells the story of the Nutashkuan
Pitoc e icinakosian by Gerry Ottawa and Jos-Onimskiw Ottawa-Dubé
Sharing Mela'hma by Crystal Dawn Morris
Crystal Dawn Morris, du peuple splatsin, se filme alors qu’elle cueille des herbes médicinales sur les terres de la nation secwepemc.
The Comeback by Lyne-Sue Kistabish
After leaving a toxic relationship, filmmaker and former athlete Lyne-Sue Kistabish decides to go home to the village of Pikogan, where she reconnects with her Anishinaabe roots while training for a triathlon.
The Hands of an Elder by Dinah Sam
Filming closely and attentively, director Dinah Sam shows us the craftsmanship and knowledge of Cree elders.
Photo : Pitoc e icinakosian by Gerry Ottawa and Jos-Onimskiw Ottawa-Dubé