Jeff Barnaby

Jeff Barnaby (1976 – 13 October 2022) was a Mi'kmaq and Canadian film director, writer, composer, and film editor. Born and raised on the Mi’gMaq reservation of Listuguj Quebec, a consummate iconoclast, Jeff Barnaby dropped the drum and the feather for sex, violence, and booze hound broken Indians, earning him the badge of bad boy of native Canadian cinema. Having graduated in 2004 from Concordia’s film production program, he has won numerous awards and his films have been shown around the world and are available on a variety of streaming services. His debut feature film was Rhymes for Young Ghouls (2013), followed by Blood Quantum (2019).

Artist Code: 758


File Under Miscellaneous

2010, 07:10 minutes, colour, English, Mi'gMaq, English subtitles, Closed Captioned

The Colony

2007, 24:00 minutes, Colour, English, Mi'gMaq with English Subtitles

From Cherry English

2004, 10:00 minutes, Color, English/Mi'gMaq

Red Right Hand

2004, 14:00 minutes, B/W, English

Black Out

2003, 04:00 minutes, B/W, English

Critical Writing

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by Radheyan Simonpillai. Night Raiders director Danis Goulet on why setting Indigenious stories in the future is activism, Mar 2, 2021. Now Toronto, 2021.
Cinq questions a Jeff Barnaby
by Anabelle Nicoud. La Presse, July 22, 2007.