Young Quebec natives tell their own funny, poignant and moving stories through a series of short films about important aspects of their lives; their land, culture, music and identity. We meet the filmmakers in their own homes and on their own terms.
Some of the films included in this episode:
A film by a teenage aboriginal mother about her life as a very young mother
A documentary about the loss of life due to car accidents in a community in Northern Quebec living along a highway built by a mining company
A story of hope from a disabled aboriginal man whose film about his own life turned the attitudes of his community around
One family's reflexion on the languages they speak through four generations.
Categories: Docs, Past Episode
Shows air Saturdays on CBC Television.
1:30 p.m. NT | 1 p.m. AT
12 p.m. ET | 10 a.m. MT | 9 a.m. PT
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