Living in Two Worlds is a 20-minute DVD produced by First Nations Films about two First Nations and the way they view themselves and their future. The DVD features two short documentaries that explore the views of two First Nations about living in contemporary society and remaining true to one's cultural traditions and values. The first short documentary portrays the views of community members of Fort Babine, British Columbia (Wit'at). This community relies on their cultural traditions to maintain their lifestyle in central British Columbia. The film beings with a traditional prayer and is followed by quotes from community members such as Elders, youth, men and women in answer to the statement, Who We Are. This community was called Carrier Babine by anthropologists. The next part of this documentary looks at community responses to How We Will Be in the Future. All members list independence in business and preserving their language as keys to their community's future. The second short documentary features a session with Musqueam master weaver Debra Sparrow. She explains the living in two worlds concept through the process of weaving a blanket for the viewers. The materials have changed from traditional times but the values and cultural beliefs have remained and are strengthened by this art form. The documentary provides viewers with a brief step-by-step process in preparing the wool, dying the wool, and the act of weaving on a loom.