Darlene Naponse

2003, 72:00 minutes, colour, English


Cradlesong is a dramatic musically driven film about the people around you. It takes place at 40˚ 20' longitude; 81˚ 15' latitude (a small Ojibway community). The story starts at 5:37 pm, following several characters as they interrelate and culminate to a moment that changes everything and everyone in the community. The film is essentially about dysfunction and how everyone around the source is infected. Cradlesong is an independent

"Rez Style" film shot on DVCam, in real-time.

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