Through deeply consultative and collaborative partnerships with Indigenous communities, oral histories, and traditional knowledge that encompass heritage, Indigenous science, environment, conservation, archaeology, language, and culture are preserved on film.
Based on each community’s unique perspective, these stories can support Strength of Claim to establish treaties, rights, and titles, as well as communicate culture, values, and practices, to reclaim cultural heritage, support cultural sovereignty and language reclamation and regeneration.
In collaboration with Haisla Nation, this film recounts a remarkable story that has solidified Haisla's history in the territory.
By sharing their truth - the story of their heritage, values, and the beauty of their land - the Kitsumkalum people hope that others will be governed by a simple principle. Treating others as you want to be treated.
A community shares the importance of language to their identity and culture, and how a unique process of language reclamation is serving as a real tool for healing, decolonization, and reconciliation. A film by our partner, Might for Right Productions.
John B. Thomas illuminates the history and knowledge of the Mohawk people on the St. Lawrence River, before the construction of the early canal systems. “Kaniatares - Long River”, is his commissioned 21-foot mural. A film by our partner, Might for Right Productions.
In collaboration with Haisla Nation Council, with artist, Paul Windsor and composer, Shelley Bolton, this beautiful animation celebrates the origin story of Wamis, Cimoca, Kitamaat, and the Haisla people. A film by our partner, Might for Right Productions.