Wapikoni Mobile travels to Aboriginal communities providing workshops for First Nations youth that allow them to master digital tools by directing short films and musical works. During each stopover, "mentor filmmakers" welcome and train thirty young participants during all stages of implementation.
We are a registered charity committed to inspiring and connecting communities through original, Indigenous film and media arts. Our Festival, Tour, and year-round initiatives showcase, promote, and celebrate Canadian and international Indigenous filmmakers and media artists and create a greater understanding of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and artistic expressions.
Currently in our 6th year of programming, the mandate of the Asinabka Festival is to present an annual Indigenous film and media arts festival in the Nation's Capital that allows independent artists - national, international, Indigenous, non-Indigenous - to share, present, and disseminate their work.
LAND InSIGHTS is the driving force behind the Montreal First Peoples Festival, a multidisciplinary artistic and cultural event that makes Montreal the nerve centre of Indigenous creativity from the three Americas for ten days in August.
The Dreamspeakers Festival Society supports and educates the public about Aboriginal culture, art and heritage. It is a resource for Aboriginal filmmakers, directors, scriptwriters, cameramen, technicians, actors, musicians, storytellers, artists and craftspeople.
Films in this programme feature the voices and stories of Abenaki, Algonquin, Anishinaabek, Cree, Gwich'in, Inuit, Métis, Mi'kmaq, Iroquois, Mohawk, Northern Tutchone, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, Tsilhqot'in and other nations.
The Indigenous Film Programme is an amazing resource designed to spark dialogue. It offers a fabulous diversity of stories by distinctive Indigenous voices — stories that will directly stimulate the natural 'cultural curiosity' of learners.