Isuma TV

About isuma-tv-captureIsumaTV is a collaborative multimedia platform for indigenous filmmakers and media organizations.
The collective platform currently carries over 5000 videos, and thousands of other images and audio files, in more than 70 different languages, on 800+ user-controlled channels, representing cultures and media organizations from Canada, U.S.A., Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Australia, New Zealand and all over Latin America. IsumaTV is available to anyone with an Internet connection and a computer or mobile device. [read more]

For information contact us at info@isuma.tv
Visit isuma.tv

Advertisements

Dr. Darlene Kitty featured on SRC TV program Hippocrate

dr-kittyChisasibi’s Dr. Darlene Kitty, President of the Council of Physicians, Pharmacists and Dentists and member of the Board of Directors of the CBHSSJB, was the subject of a TV program that aired on national TV in November 2012. The program makes it clear why Dr. Kitty is a local hero to her patients and colleagues at the Chisasibi Regional Hospital. (read more)

Hippocrate #6 – ENGLISH VERSION from Tortuga Films on Vimeo.

Filmed in 2012, this film by Tortuga Films aired on the Société Radio-Canada TV show Hippocrate in November 2012.

Video: Seven Grandfathers

Published on Jun 22, 2015

Grade 7/8 students at First Nations School of Toronto created the beat, wrote the lyrics, and recorded this music video on the Seven Grandfather Teachings in partnership with a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL and J-Rebel from Right to Play Canada. Please show your love and support by sharing/liking this video!

Video: Babakiueria

Don Featherstone | Australia 1986 | 30 min

A political mockumentary reversing the situation in Australia, where blacks landed in a white culture and took over.

 

 

———-

I originally viewed this video during the online Aboriginal Worldviews Course held last summer at UToronto.

~Angela

The Journey of Nishiyuu Walkers – The Story (Video)

A group of young people from the James Bay Cree community of Whapmagoostui, Que., has arrived at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, ending a 1,600-kilometre trek meant to bring attention to aboriginal issues.

Six youths and a guide left Whapmagoostui in January to snowshoe and walk to Ottawa in support of the Idle No More movement. They called the trek “The Journey of Nishiyuu,” which means “The Journey of the People” in Cree.

Video by: Fred Cattroll

Red Road Project – Anti-Substance Abuse Campaign

Conceived in early 2012 by community Chiefs, the Red Road Project aims to educate First Nations youth about the dangers of using illegal substances. Additionally, the project encourages youth to say no to the peer pressures of substance abuse, and raises awareness of the damaging effects of substance abuse to not only the person using, but also their family, friends, and larger community. The project’s name, “Red Road” stems from the Native American concept that means to be on the right path in life in harmony with our Creator.learn more.

“What the Elders Have to Say” – Videos

Elders connect us to… Wisdom, Humour, Love and Life.

Kisiku’k iknmuksi’k… Nsituo’qn, Kiso’ltimkewey, Kesaltultimkewey aq Mimajuaqn.

Watch Elder videos, Storytelling and Music Videos. Various topics include: pow wow, humour, child rearing, culture, writing, and more.

watch more Elder videos here

Short educational vignettes about Traditional Aboriginal items

View More

About Digital Nations

Digital Nations is a partnership with APTN and Animiki See Digital Productions to create an online initiative to bring Aboriginal perspectives and stories to an international audience.

Digital Nations is comprised of 75 short films and vignettes showcasing Aboriginal art, culture and history. This APTN initiative, produced by Animiki See Digital Productions, consists of three strands:

Vistas
13 different interpretations of the theme “nationhood” brought to you by 13 aboriginal filmmakers from across Canada, produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
Artsayer
Profiling 36 Canadian Aboriginal artists, these two-minute shorts expose a broad view of what Aboriginal art is today and who is creating it. An Animiki See production produced in partnership with the Canada Council for the Arts.
Footprints
This series of two-minutes vignettes, produced by Big Soul Productions Inc., introduces important symbols of Canadian First Nations, Inuit, and Mètis culture in a contemporary context.

Also view Short films by Aboriginal filmmakers on the concept of “Nationhood” and Short profiles of prominent Aboriginal artists.

Keywords: Amoutik, Bell of Batoche, Birch Bark Basket, Buffalo Jump, Button Blanket, Canoe, Capote, Dreamcatcher, Fiddle, Igloo, Inuit Carvings, Inukshuk, Kamiks, Longhouse, Masks, Medicine Bundle, Medicine Wheel, Metis Flag, Petroforms, Red River Carts, Sash, Sled Dogs, Tea Dolls, Tipi, Totem Poles, York Boats, Videos.

Up ↑