Wapikoni Film Festival Favourites
A collection of Wapikoni shorts, made by Indigenous filmmakers that have played renowned festivals including Sundance, RIDM, imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, and ReelWorld Film Festival. Exploring the importance of various traditions including the connections to tools, clothing and Throat Singing, as well as the ins and outs of everyday experiences of Indigenous youth.
My Father's Tools
ImagineNATIVE Film Festival
In honour of his father, Stephen continues the production of traditional baskets. He thus finds peace in his studio, in connection with the man who taught him the work.
Canada - 2016 - 6m 23s
Directed By: Heather Condo
Katatjatuuk kangirsumi (Throat singing in Kangirsuk)
Sundance Film Festival
Eva Kaukai and Manon Chamberland practice the Inuk art of throat singing in their small village of Kangirsuk. Their mesmerizing voices carry through the four seasons of their Arctic land.
Canada - 2018 - 3m 29s
Directed By: Manon Chamberland and Eva Kaukai
The Hands of an Elder
The importance of Cree culture in an ever-changing world.
Canada - 2020 - 4m 50s
Directed By: Dinah Sam
Written By: Dinah Sam
Wearing My Culture
Wearing my Culture explores the pride that individuals in Inuit communities take in making and wearing their winter apparel. Thomassie looks at the bonds that are created within family, culture, and the environment through the creation of clothing.
Canada - 2018 - 3m 22s
Directed By: Ulivia Uvil...