GIFTS Native Youth Video Showcase part 2

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“Aboriginal Youth Speaking from the Heart”, “Shapeshifter” and “Green 4 Green” 3 more of the awesome videos from this year’s Aboriginal Intensive Program at the Gulf Island’s Film and Television School.

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First Nations Youth Speaking from the Heart
by Clyde Jack (Cowichan) and Jae Dakota (Cree)
A documentary on what it means to be a Native youth.

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Shapeshifter
by Charles Walkem (Thompson)
A mock trailer for a horror movie!

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Green 4 Green
PSA, say no to drugs!
by Braedon Abou (Sekani) and Ross Mccook (Cree)

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Getting all these Native people from all over together in such a creative environment was a truly amazing experience. We laughed, we cried and we made movies! I often think back on my time at GIFTS with appreciation for the experiences I had and the people I met. 

 

 

Julian Maree, Dunne-za/Cree
Coordinator, Redwire Youth Media
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