Still from ôtênaw
Still from ôtênaw
 

ôtênaw

par Conor McNally
Drawing on the tradition of oral storytelling, ôtênaw is a philosophical and creative treatment of land rights, territory, history and culture.
2017  ·  40m  ·  Canada
Anglais, Nêhiyawêwin
Anglais subs
À propos du film

ôtênaw is a film documenting the oral storytelling of Dwayne Donald, an educator from Treaty 6, Edmonton, Canada. Drawing from nêhiyawak philosophies, he speaks about the multilayered histories of Indigenous peoples’ presence both within and around amiskwacîwâskahikan, or what has come to be known as the city of Edmonton.

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2017
DOXA Documentary Film Festival
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Conor McNally

Conor McNally is a filmmaker, and photographer. He is a member of the Métis Nation and is based in Treaty 6, Edmonton, Canada. He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor’s Degree in Native Studies (Honours). Bypassing formal film training, Conor creates works through a combination of instinct, hands-on trail and error, and a keen ability to foster friendships with talented and helpful people. He has made numerous short films, with his most recent being ôtênaw (2017). Conor is a proud father, a consummate garlic grower, and a yerba mate connoisseur.

 

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