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Director: Anna Celestrya-Carr (Metis/Anishinaabe)
Canada | 2012 | 3 min
English | Experimental Short
Tik-A-Lee-Kick is an honest and candid telling of a young Aboriginal woman’s perspective on the role of the Little People.
Anna-Celestrya Carr is a Metis/Anishinaabe artist, filmmaker, writer, dancer and speaker. She graduated from both the Vancouver Film School and the National Screen Institute’s New Voices program in Canada. While at NSI she created Dreamcatcher: A short dramatic fantasy of Aboriginal mythology. She has previously attended the University of Manitoba School of Art.
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