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Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day with the Best in Indigenous Cinema

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ANIMATIONINTERACTIVE Watch Tasha Hubbard’s Birth of a Family
In Tasha Hubbard’s deeply moving documentary Birth of a Family, four siblings separated as infants during the Sixties Scoop reunite to explore the challenges, anxieties, and joys of forming their new family. Watch now for free on our Indigenous Cinema channel.
WATCH NOWHoly Angels
Jay Cardinal Villeneuve’s short documentary Holy Angels retrace Canada’s colonial history through impressionistic images and the fragmented childhood memories of Lena Wandering Spirit.WATCH NOWTo Wake Up the Nakota Language
Uncover the important relationship between language and culture with this short profile on one of the last fluent Nakota speakers in Pheasant Rump First Nation, Treaty 4 territory, in southern Saskatchewan.
WATCH NOWThree thousand in this short, Inuk artist Asinnajaq plunges us into a sublime imaginary universe—14 minutes of luminescent, archive-inspired cinema that recast the present, past, and future of her people in a radiant new light.
WATCH NOWUrban.Indigenous.Proud
In honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the OFIFC and the NFB are thrilled to present
5 urban indigenous communities. 5 Friendship Centres. 5 short films.
WATCH NOWIndigenous Cinema
Celebrate Indigenous History Month with our Indigenous Cinema collection! Over 50 years of cinematic storytelling by First Nations, Metis, and Inuit filmmakers for you to discover and enjoy.WATCH NOWNFB events near you see EVENTS CONNECT WITH US

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