USA / 2018 / 59 min.
Directed by Ruth Eddy and Samuel Wilson
Eagle Boy follows a team competing in a treacherous horse competition, “The Suicide Race”. Horses and jockeys dash down steep hills and hurtle across the Okanogan River on the Colville Reservation. The meditative pace of film looks beyond spectacle of race to reveal timeless relationships in a community bonded in tradition.
Canada / 2019 / 7 min.
Directed by Thirza Cuthand
Woman Dress shares a tale from a family oral tradition: a Two Spirit person travels the Plains, gathering and sharing stories. Features archival images and dramatic re-enactments.
Urban.Indigenous.Proud: That Old Game La Crosse
Canada / 2018 / 9 min.
Directed by JL Whitecrow
Urban.Indigenous.Proud: That Old Game La Crosse explores how the game passed down from generation to generation by the Haudenasaunee at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre in Canada is helping to revive native cultures and restore native communities.
Canada / 2017 / 8 min.
Directed by Kristin Catherwood
Ride profiles Liam Marshall, teenage bareback bronc rider from Big Muddy Valley in rural Saskatchewan, as he trains his mind and body to overcome wild, bucking horses and win competitions.