Our latest documentary is now on
Knowledge Network and CBC Gem!
How do you contain the human desire to dance? Especially when it forms the heart of your cultural identity.
In Canada, in a landmark case of government oppression, 23 indigenous men and women off British Columbia’s coast, were jailed for being themselves. Now, decades later, the society that once found them barbaric and ‘unchristian’, embrace them with wonderment and spiritual curiosity. Their call to dance is, and always has been...beyond human power.
We're honoured to be an official selection of the Available Light Film Festival. It's exciting for the film's director, Gordon Loverin to make his festival debut in his home town of Whitehorse!
Developed with the participation of
BC Tax Incentive
Our Documentary Shorts are Streaming on CBC GEM...
We've made a series of 5-minute documentaries for CBC's Creator Network. Have a look at a couple of them, now streaming on CBC:
The Blue Rose
The story of in Indigenous woman who's dealing with childhood trauma by literally fighting back.
Directed by: Pamela Jones
To listen to Amanda speak about her life and what inspired her to overcome her challenges, click on the "W" for her interview with CBC's Stephen Quinn on The Early Edition.
Love in the Mix
Two young women share their culture with Canadians through food at Vancouver-based Syrian catering company, Tayybeh.
Directed by: Gordon Loverin
Both shorts were featured on CBC News in Vancouver and on "On the Coast" with Gloria Macarenko