This personal and crucial documentary follows Lawrence, a Navajo coal miner and single father raising a teenaged daughter, struggling with the part he plays in the irreversible destruction of one […]
Venue Film: National Museum of the American Indian
The Eyes of the Journey is a poetic film that expresses the feelings of Andean culture toward Mother Earth, and the search for a deeper understanding of nature as a […]
Anti–seal hunting campaigns have attracted high profile supporters, and with them, hefty financial contributions. From Pamela Anderson to Paul McCartney, celebrities have voiced their outrage about an issue they seem […]
100 Years is the David vs. Goliath story of Elouise Cobell’s courageous fight for justice for 300,000 Native Americans whose mineral rich lands were mismanaged by the United States Government. […]
A young woman tries to resolve her guilt about the death of her brother.
With some of the world’s largest fracking operations on his territory, Caleb Behn, a young indigenous leader and lawyer in British Columbia, struggles to reconcile the teachings of his Dene tribe […]
Director Helen Haig-Brown wonders whether her inability to maintain relationships might be connected to the traumas her mother suffered – along with much of the Canadian First Nations population – […]
The filmmaker traces the loss of her ancestral language over three generations of her family, and her own desire to recover it. Directed by Helen Haig-Brown.
Take a voyage along the crystal clear waters of the San Marcos River starting at its bountiful headwaters at Spring Lake. Yakona leads the viewer on an impressionistic journey from […]
In an unspoiled corner of southern Belize, cacao farmer and father Eladio Pop manually works his plantation in the tradition of his Mayan ancestors: as a steward of the land. […]