Still from A's'katikl Awti'l
 

a’s’katikl awti’l

by Bretten Hannam
Product Availability
Institutional, Home-Use, Community Screenings, Theatrical, Educational, Festivals, VOD
About the Film

150 years into the future the province of Nova Scotia has mostly been abandoned by settler descendants, leaving behind a legacy of abandoned buildings and homes. As the Mi’kmaw People reclaim their territory and work to remove the toxic technology left behind, a documentary film crew is invited into the community to witness the process of healing and the creation of new relationships with the land and animals.

Distribution Availability: Worldwide (Educational/Institutional, Community, and Internet rights)
2018  ·  8m  ·  Canada
English, L'nui'simk
English subs
Screenings
October 1st, 2019
York University (Toronto, ON)
Credits
Director
Bretten Hannam
About the Director

Bretten Hannam

Bretten Hannam is a filmmaker of Mi’kmaw, Ojibwe, and Scottish ancestry based in Kespukwitk, Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia). His films deal with themes of community, culture, and tradition with a focus on Two Spirit identity. He is a Fellow of the Praxis Centre for Screenwriters, Outfest Screenwriting Lab, and the Canadian Film Centre’s Screenwriting Lab.

 
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