Don’t miss the upcoming deadline: Production financing: February 9, 2017 | Discoverability financing more than $75,000: February 9, 2017
A multi-platform movement designed to promote healthy active living and change the way children and their families move through their daily lives.
"Indigenous people are fighting to get back to that place of peace, security and confidence. It's an ongoing struggle but we're getting there." Waneek Horn-Miller (Series Host & Co-Creator)
Working It Out Together Season 3 is a thirteen-part documentary series accompanied by a digital monthly Magazine. WIOT is a dynamic movement led by Kanien’kehá:ka Olympian and Health Advocate Waneek Horn-Miller. Both the TV series and Magazine celebrate Indigenous voices from across the country who are taking control of their health and rising above centuries of colonial trauma. WIOT Magazine is an ongoing project that invites artists, activists, filmmakers, writers and Knowledge Keepers to contribute original wellness-related content aimed to inspire and educate both Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences. Every Magazine issue features a beautiful collage of contributors’ articles, short films, artwork, recipes, photographs and audio podcasts. Collectively, they explore the concept of ‘Mino Bimaadiziwin’ – an Anishinaabe concept meaning ‘The Good Life’ – from a holistic perspective that informs how best to approach and support the health of Canada’s Indigenous communities today.
Rezolution Pictures International is an Aboriginal-owned film and television production company based in Montreal. Since 2001, Rezolution Pictures has been at the forefront of Canada’s cultural landscape, having attracted over $25 million to develop and produce award-winning projects, including the Peabody Award-winning Reel Injun, which has been sold to countries around the world and received three Gemini awards in 2010. email@example.com
Much Too Young is a documentary film and virtual reality experience that follows four families as they deal with Alzheimer’s disease at a shockingly young age and then places the audience into the perspective of someone suffering with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s related dementia through these stories.Learn more
When their two-year-old son Oskar is diagnosed with autism, this busy family of seven drops everything for a year to focus on his therapy. In their surprising journey of discovery, they confront a critical question: What does unconditional love really mean?Learn more
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