Mii Yaawag

Natalka Pucan and Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film and The Film Farm

2018, 05:30 minutes, B&W, English

TAPECODE 2120.00

A film that tells the story of a historic member of the Saugeen community. This person’s story is a hidden gem. The film attempts to draw attention to the idea that the ancestors, the stories of the ancestors are still here, in the land, in the community and in the people. Journey upon the land to feel the place that remains home to a proud and fierce people.

The film was produced during Saugeen Takes on Film, a Film Farm and Fabulous Festival of Film workshop with artists, storytellers, knowledge keepers, and youth from the community. The workshop was held in collaboration with Saugeen First Nation Employment and Training Centre, and funded by the Ontario Arts Council and SSHRC through Archive/Counter Archive.

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