Nind Assekedan (I tan a hide), 2014: Produced by Bimose Tribal Council and my First Nation (Lac Des Mille Lacs First Nation), this 18 minute film takes the audience through the traditional process of brain tanning a moose hide. This film is presented in Anishinabemowin with English subtitles. The audience is guided with carefully selected visual cues that highlight the processual nature of this traditional practice. The film aims to draw to light the relationship between Anishinabemowin language revitalization/reclamation and the practice of making/doing as embodied knowledge.
Gna-Giigadowin: Our Way of Life Through Anishinabe Song & Drum, 2012: An ethnographic film produced and directed by Celeste Pedri. Filmed on location, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. This film explores the link between traditional Anishinabeg hand drumming and song and Anishinabeg teachings and lived experience. Several Anishinabeg drummers share their own perspectives on how the drum brings meaning to their lives. The film highlights the significance of sharing songs and stories to personal and community healing, identity, education and cultural survival. (approx running time: 21 mins)