Season 3: 6 x 22 min for APTN
Seasons 1 & 2: 13 x 22 min for APTN & OMNI
After a successful first season, the Mohawk Girls are back! Created by Tracey Deer & Cynthia Knight, Mohawk Girls is a comedic look at the lives of four modern-day Mohawk women trying to stay true to their roots while they navigate sex, work, love, and the occasional throw down.
We create virtual worlds. Rezolution Pictures & sister company Minority Media are currently developing state-of-the-art 360º virtual reality experiences. First up is Time Machine, the first time travel game to fully leverage the unprecedented power of VR technology.
8 x 1 hour dramatic series
Welcome to Dog Blood, known to outsiders as the Mohawk reservation of the Onekwenhsa: an island between the US-Canadian border. You’ll find it all here: trafficking in stolen goods, cigarettes, guns, drugs, and the sex trade. Dirty Red Boys is a one-hour dramatic series created by writer/producer Sam Egan (Northern Exposure, Continuum) and Jeff Barnaby, the multi-award winning Mi'gmaq director/writer of Rhymes for Young Ghouls.
Feature documentary for SuperChannel, ARTE, and APTN
RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD reveals the role that Native Americans have played in popular music history, a yet unknown story built around the incredible lives and careers of the some of the greatest music legends. With the archival support of the Smithsonian Institution, RUMBLE will tell the story of a profound, essential and, until now, missing chapter in the history of American music. Directed by Catherine Bainbridge and co-directed by Jeremiah Hayes & Alfonso Maiorana.
44 min broadcast doc for CBC
Twenty-five years after the Oka Crisis, director Sonia Boileau’s POV documentary explores how the Oka Crisis has transformed contemporary Indigenous identity in Canada.
13 x 22 min episodes for APTN
With former Olympian and Aboriginal health advocate Waneek Horn-Miller, this documentary series explores the state of health in Indian Country – why it's bad, who is affected, and what people are doing about it – to spark a national movement of positive change. Through the inspirational struggles of Aboriginal people who are taking control of their health, we will learn through them what it takes to be well and to thrive.
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