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Find film, television, video and art projects about MMIWG2S.

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Documentary | this river

Running time: 19 min.
Directors: Erika McPherson and Katherena Vermette for National Film Board of Canada
"This short documentary offers an Indigenous perspective on the devastating experience of searching for a loved one who has disappeared. Volunteer activist Kyle Kematch and award-winning writer Katherena Vermette have both survived this heartbreak and share their histories with each other and the audience. While their stories are different, they both exemplify the beauty, grace, resilience, and activism born out of the need to do something."

Documentary | Finding Dawn

Running time: 1 hour 13 min.
Director: Christine Welsh
"Acclaimed Métis filmmaker Christine Welsh brings us a compelling documentary that puts a human face on a national tragedy – the epidemic of missing or murdered Indigenous women in Canada. The film takes a journey into the heart of Indigenous women's experience, from Vancouver's skid row, down the Highway of Tears in northern BC, and on to Saskatoon, where the murders and disappearances of these women remain unsolved."

Television | Taken: The Series

Television series: APTN, CBC. 4 seasons. 42 episodes.
Host: Lisa Meeches.


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SOURCE: Muskrat Magazine