A survivor of the ’60s Scoop, Nakuset relates the story of her perseverance through childhood abuse and struggles with identity. Her Bubbi (Jewish Grandmother) was a source of unconditional love, guiding her to transform her life and advocate for herself.
Director: Victoria Anderson-Gardner – Ojibwe
Canada | 2020 | 10 min
English | Short Documentary
Victoria Anderson-Gardner is a queer, Ojibwe filmmaker from Eagle Lake First Nation, currently based out of Toronto. They completed their Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of Image Arts, Ryerson University.
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