UNAVAILABLE The Strange Case of Bunny Weequod is a unique video produced by the National Film Board and written by Drew Hayden Taylor. Blending subtle humour, Ojibwe storytelling and an environmental message, the film portrays an Ojibwe fisherman, Bunny Weequod, and how he solves the mystery of dying fish in the local lake. While fishing on the lake, Bunny's canoe overturns and his wife and friends cannot find him. He returns with a mysterious beard and strange behavior.
UNAVAILABLE This video is no longer available. Singing Our Stories is filmmaker Annie Frazier Henry's tribute to Aboriginal women who maintain musical traditions. This celebration of music both traditional and modern takes the viewer on a journey from the West coast, to the Southwest and to North Carolina.
UNAVAILABLE Documentary about the Native contribution of corn and its importance to various North and Central American Native Peoples. Using techniques such as modern dance, music, interviews and subtitled footage, Six Nations director explores the spiritual, practical and political aspects of growing corn.
UNAVAILABLE Forgotten Warriors is a documentary from the National Film Board of Canada about the men and women from Aboriginal communities who fought and died in World War 2. The video explores from a First Nations' perspective, the role these Native veterans played in Canada's war effort; the struggle they endured to claim equality with Non-Native veterans; and their efforts towards reconciliation and healing. During World War 2, Native men and women enlisted in the Canadian armed services in record numbers.
UNAVAILABLE Documentary, narrated by Graham Greene, examines the stresses and rewards of working as a police officer serving First Nations communities in Ontario. Through interviews with Native and Non-Native officers, supervisors, and community leaders, this film explores how policing serves as one method of achievement in the larger goal of self-government.