Rezolution Pictures International is an Indigenous-owned and -led, award-winning production company, that is changing the narrative when it comes to diversity and representation in the entertainment landscape. We have established original Indigenous content within mainstream media and sold programming around the world in major markets to broadcasters including APTN and APTN Lumi, Crave (Bell Media), Netflix, CBC and CBC GEM, OMNI, TVO, RDI, ARTV, Tele-Québec, FNX, Knowledge, SRC, CMF/SODEC, and internationally with Vision Maker Media, PBS, Peacock +, ARTE.
Rezolution’s most notable feature films are the Emmy-nominated Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, which has won awards at Sundance, Hot Docs and the Canadian Screen Awards; and the Gemini and Peabody-winning Reel Injun which has been inducted into the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Museum.
Rezolution’s most current drama project is Bell Media and APTN’s original premium dramatic series Little Bird. It has been nominted for an array of awards and took home awards at both Series Mania and MIPCOM. Some of the team includes Indigenous showrunner Jennifer Podemski (Reservation Dogs), playwright/screenwriter Hannah Moscovitch (X-Company) and Jeremy Podeswa serving as one of the Executive Directors (Game of Thrones, Station Eleven).
Rezolution’s most current documentary project, Coming Home (Wanna Icipus Kupi), aired on Crave Canada and APTN Lumi on June 30th, 2023. Directed by Indigenous director and producer, Erica Daniels, Coming Home (Wanna Icupis Kupi) reveals the 60s scoop impacts through narrative sovereignty – exploring experiences of Little Bird creatives, cast and community members.