Martha of the North/Martha Qui Vient Du Froid (Home DVD Use Only)

$30.00

Martha of the North/Martha Qui Vient Du Froid is a feature length film produced for the National Film Board of Canada about the history of the Canadian Government's forced relocation plan for the Inuit. Spurred on by the need to extend Canada's sovereignty over the Arctic, the plan to relocate a few Inuit families from northern Quebec in the 1950s was hatched and implemented. Martha Flaherty, granddaughter of the filmmaker Robert J. Flaherty, wrote this account and tells this powerful narrative of the Inuit and their forced relocation from Inukjuak to Grise Fiord.

Price: $30.00

We Were Children/Nous N'etions Que Des Enfants (Home DVD Use Only)

$30.00

We Were Children is a feature film produced through the National Film Board of Canada exploring the profound impact of the Canadian government’s residential school system conveyed through the eyes of two children who were forced to face hardships beyond their years. As young children, Lyna and Glen were taken from their homes and placed in church-run boarding schools, where they suffered years of physical, sexual and emotional abuse, the effects of which persist in their adult lives.

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Wapos Bay: They Dance at Night DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: They Dance at Night DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: The Elements DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: The Elements DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: Journey Through Fear DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: Journey Through Fear DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Wapos Bay: A Time to Learn DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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In Wapos Bay: A Time to Learn intense preparations and avoidable mishaps teach the children the importance of listening to elders and taking care with everything you do. Missing sled dogs and a pile of homework are just a few of the things Talon has to deal with before setting out for the trap line with his father, Alphonse. While Talon struggles with his creative writing assignment, T-Bear accidentally lets a sled dog escape. Wapos Bay Series is a light-hearted stop-motion animation series about the adventures of three Cree children living in remote northern Saskatchewan.

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Wapos Bay: Something to Remember DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

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Wapos Bay: Something to Remember DVD features a stop-motion animation story about three Cree children in a remote Northern Saskatchewan community. This story follows the everyday adventures of ten-year-old T-Bear, 9-year-old Talon and 6-year-old Raven. Their friends, families, and Elders play significant roles in their adventures as the children engage in traditional activities such as fishing, gathering, and hunting. Their lives are also influenced by video games, TV and cell phones. Each DVD in the series is 24-minutes long and contains English and Cree language versions of the story.

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Qallunaat! Why White People are Funny DVD (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

The DVD contains English language and Inuktitut and includes a 50-minutes bonus feature, Qallunaat Studies Institute Conference in Inuktuit with English subtitles. This NFB Home Use Only DVD from GoodMinds.com is only available for sale in Canada. For USA orders contact [email protected] or phone: 1-800-542-2164

Price: $25.00

Keepers of the Fire (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

Keepers of the Fire by Metis filmmaker Christine Welsh is a 54-minute documentary about the contemporary role of Native women in Canada. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada this 1994 DVD profiles Mohawk, Haida, Ojibwe, and Maliseet women who are defending and protecting their peoples' cultural traditions and lands. Whether it is Ellen Gabriel during the Oka crisis or Shirley Bear's artistic creations, these women show determination and spirit as they defend their culture's sovereignty.

Price: $25.00

I Can Make Art Like Ron Noganosh (Home DVD Use Only)

$25.00

I Can Make Art Like Ron Noganosh is one of the DVDs in the National Film Board's I Can Make Art LikeàSeries. Ron Noganosh (1949- ) is an Ojibwe sculptor and installation artist from Magnetawan First Nation. He is well-known for his thought-provoking and often humorous installations created from everyday found objects such as hubcaps, bicycle wheels, computer parts, and feathers. In this DVD, Ron Noganosh visits a grade 6 class of Mohawk students at Kahnawake.

Price: $25.00

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