Tantoo Cardinal and Gil Birmingham star in "Shouting Secrets"
The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival is the third largest Indigenous film festival in the world.
The festival is celebrating its 11th year by screening movies at the Garrick Centre, hosting an awards night and offering a youth education day. But really, it's about the movies. Here's a sneak peek at some of the flicks on the schedule.
Check out the Canadian premiere a new feature called Shouting Secrets, a family drama starring, Tantoo Cardinal, Gil Birminghan and Chaske Spencer.
Also on the bill at the festival, is Smoke Traders, a documentary on the booming First Nations tobacco trade from a Mohawk perspective.
More Than Frybread is a documentary chronicling the battle for frybread supremacy in Arizona. See what happens when all 22 recognized tribes in the state get in on the action.
Smokin' Fish follows one man's journey as he returns home to Alaska to relearn the traditional art of smoking fish.
The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival runs November 21-25 at the Garrick Centre.