Molly Of Denali
Role of 'Dad/Walter'
MOLLY OF DENALI is designed to help kids ages 4-8 develop knowledge and skills for interacting with informational texts through video content, interactive games, and real-world activities. A foundational aspect of literacy education, informational texts are designed to convey information, and include written words, images, and oral language. In each episode, Molly’s life and adventures are enhanced, illuminated, and broadened by using and creating a variety of informational texts, including books, online resources, field guides, historical archives, indigenous knowledge from elders, maps, charts, posters, photos, and more. Molly also shares the information that she gathers through a vlog, offering short-form videos in which she shares aspects of her life in Alaska with kids in the lower 48 states and around the world.
Looking at Edward Curtis in the Pacific Northwest
Canadian Métis-Dene filmmaker Marie Clements explores the controversy surrounding American photographer Edward Curtis by looking at his effort to document the vanishing Indian in the Pacific Northwest.
Official SelectionHot Docs 2017
Official SelectionDOXA Documentary Film Festival 2017
The Road Forward, a musical documentary by Marie Clements, connects a pivotal moment in Canada’s civil rights history—the beginnings of Indian Nationalism in the 1930s—with the powerful momentum of First Nations activism today.
Clements paints an electrifying picture of how a tiny movement, the Native Brotherhood and Native Sisterhood, became a powerful voice for social, political and legal advocacy, eventually effecting profound change at the national level. The Road Forward’s stunningly shot musical sequences, performed by an ensemble of some of Canada’s finest vocalists and musicians, seamlessly connect past and present with soaring vocals, blues, rock, and traditional beats.
The Road Forward is a rousing tribute to the fighters for First Nations rights, a soul-resounding historical experience, and a visceral call to action.
KAGAGI: THE RAVEN - voice of "Jack"
Animated series – 13 episodes
Matthew Carver, is a 16-year-old Algonquin boy who’s destined to become the super-hero Kagagi. He must stop his pre-destined, arch-nemesis, The Windigo from destroying the world and gaining universal power. At first, Matthew refuses the call, not wanting to be burdened with responsibility, but as those around him suffer at the hands of the Windigo, he has no choice but to fight as Kagagi, finally accepting his destiny.
NEHIYAWETAN: LET’S SPEAK CREE
Composer and guest teacher
Season 1, Season 2, Season 3 (current)
Produced by Mama-oo Productions
Tansi! Nehiyawetan invites children to learn Cree with Kai, Kayla, and Auntie Josephine through kinetic games, absorbing stories, compelling songs and dynamic adventures. Join Kai and Kayla as they find out about Cree culture and language while they go on learning adventures in the colourful city of Vancouver.
OUR FIRST VOICES - Episode “CITY SPEAKS”
One of 13 Interstitials on preservation of Indigenous Languages in BC
Produced by Bliss Pictures for The Knowledge Network.
MOCCASIN FLATS: REDEMPTION – "Red"
Made for TV Movie
Produced by Big Soul Productions, Supported by APTN