This program is co-presented by the Water Docs Film Festival.
Blood & Water, 22 minutes
Layla Black, a generational survivor of residential schools, looks to reclaim her Mohawk identity.
Watershed, 9 minutes
A watershed moment invites an exploration of perception and the transitory nature of things.
Seawolf, 9 minutes
Two Indigenous men look to protect their cultural land and practices for once and for all.
Up to Here, 7 minutes
Desperate for alone time, a woman escapes to a meditative retreat in her mind… but finds it’s not as isolated as she’d hoped.
Great Lake Stories, 12 minutes
Through trial, the Great Lakes have heralded both tragedy and renewal.
The Lost Seahorse, 10 minutes
A stop-motion short film about a vulnerable seahorse that is swept away from his reef and must survive the dangerous journey back home.
Friday, October 22, 2021
Wolf Performance Hall
Attending FCFF 2021 virtually? Click here for virtual on demand tickets.