The films discussed in these blogs can help viewers rethink Canada’s relationship to First Nations peoples, who struggle to defend the rights they’ve won through the courts and/or treaties.
Posts Tagged “Six Miles Deep”
Sara Roque’s 2009 documentary, Six Miles Deep, reveals the important role women play in First Nations communities.
Dreamspeakers is a film festival based in Edmonton, Alberta, showcasing films made by Aboriginal filmmakers from around the globe. This year’s edition runs June 1-4. The NFB will be presenting...