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:
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.
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.
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.
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