Video

Concert Indigenous Restoration

1992, 55:00 minutes

TAPECODE 527.00

Concert Indigenous Restoration is a warning from North American Natives that our Sacred Mother Earth is in danger from pollution, rape and greed. Elders, singers, drummers, dancers and speakers voice their concern for the health and safety of Mother Earth from beginning to end in this unique Spiritual gathering. Filmed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with four 16mm cameras donated by Panavision Canada, the concert is a North American Native perspective for all the Indigenous People of the world that we must act now to save our Mother. The film portrays the spirit, intelligence, joy and pain that Native Americans have for Mother Earth and more. This film is both educational, cultural, environmental and spiritual. Concert Indigenous Restoration is filled with the wonder and strength of Traditional and Contemporary Native American songs, dances, drums and flutes. The messages throughout Concert Indigenous Restoration have been kept alive for generations; it is the Spirit of our Ancestors that make this film possible.

Performers and Speakers:
Raven Dance - Simon Dick; Introduction - Danny Beaton; Opening Address - Elder Ann Jock & Son David Jock; Lead Drum - David Jock; Native Folk Singer - Willie Dunn; Traditional Native Singer - Joanne Shenandoah; Drummer - Curtis Shingoose Jonnie; Flutist,Drummer,Singer, Dancer - Mazati Galindo; Elder, Speaker - Janice Longboat; Singer, Drummer, Speaker - Sarah James; Speaker - Chief Oren Lyons; Speaker, Co-Director, Co-Producer - Lindsey Mitchell

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