More Than a Stereotype
Wapikoni Indigenous Women Programme Two • 3m 45s
Frustrated with the stereotypical ways in which Indigenous people are portrayed in mainstream society, Sinay Kennedy presents a personal account of how she is choosing to challenge those stereotypes in her own creative work as an amateur filmmaker, and what her culture means to her.
Canada - 2018 - 3m 44s
Directed By: Sinay Kennedy
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