NÎPAWISTAMÂSOWIN: WE WILL STAND UP
22 year-old Colten Boushie, a member of Canada’s indigenous population, is fatally shot in the head while he is out with friends. His family starts to campaign: against the perpetrators, against the judiciary and for the rights of the First Nations.
We present the German premiere of the film at DOK.fest München 2020 @home.
Writer: Tasha Hubbard. Camera: George Hupka. Sound: Evan Rust. Editing: Hans Olson. Music: Jason Burnstick. Production: Downstream Documentary Productions Inc. and the National Film Board of Canada. Producer: Tasha Hubbard, George Hupka, Jon Montes, Bonnie Thompson. Length: 98 min. International Sales: National Film Board of Canada Distribution: National Film Board of Canada
Tasha Hubbard is a filmmaker and professor of Native Studies and Art at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. Born a Cree, she grew up with white adoptive parents. In her work she deals with racism and the history of the First Nations.
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