Canadian Indigenous Film Company

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  • Misawac kawi nawapamitin (Until We Meet Again)

    A woman returns home to care for her ailing grandmother and finds herself confronted with mortality in this profound story of love and loss. Misawac Kawi Nawapamitin means “Until We Meet Again” because there is …

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  • Smudge

    A look at Native Spirituality in the city; its not practiced between four walls. Christians have their cathedrals, Muslims their mosques, Hindus their temples but for Aboriginal people the world is their sacred space. A …

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  • Thirst

    Over 200 First Nations communities in Canada lack the fundamental right to clean drinking water.  This probing documentary uncovers the horrifying truth about Canada’s unclean drinking water in First Nations communities, and the lack of …

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  • Memory in Bones

    Every step I take is with my ancestors in my bones. When I look in the city windows, the eyes that look back at me are my ancestors – I am rural, I am urban. …

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  • Little Indians

    The filmmaker meets her brother for the very first time as an adult and asks, “What makes us who we are?” – is it our blood or bannock?

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  • Me+D=Ahh

    A B-movie inspired flick stars Valerie Buhagiar (‘Roadkill’, ‘Highway 61’) in a tongue-in-cheek look at the influence media has on public opinion.

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