In Good Hands

A Métis woman’s expression of birth sovereignty, punctuated by intimate experiences of motherhood. She traces the storylines of identity to ancestral birthwork, spirit names, and kinship connections. It is a show of resistance that contributes to dismantling colonial narratives that devalue and ignore Indigenous women’s life experiences.

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Presented as Part Of Program 4 – Grandmother Moon


This short film, inspired by a true story, gives voice to the 1960s scoop through the experience of a young In...
25 min | Roxann Whitebean
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At Each Night

Living with the consequences of rape....
3 min | Marie-Josée Tremblay | English | English Subtitles
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No Spectators Allowed

A true crime podcast host sits down with an indigenous women to record her sister’s cold case but their indi...
16 min | Kanani Koster
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Dogwood (Sipinikimm)

“When her aunt comes home bruised and hurt, Rose Home Gun is sent to gather traditional medicines in the woo...
16 min | Maya Rose Dittloff | In person: Open Captions | Online: Closed Captions
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The Daily Life of Mistress Red

The Daily Life of Mistress Red is a mockumentary that explores the world of kink, native women and defeating w...
10 min | Peshawn Rae Bread
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