The Autobiographical Animal, an online exhibition of media works by a quartet of international artists exploring animality and posthuman narrative, February 4 - March 12, 2022
Nuit Blanche, aen loo pawatamihk (digital loop), Regina, SK, Warehouse District Installation, Aug. 28, 2021
Regina International Film Festival and Awards (RIFFA), Regina, SK, Aug. 12, 2022
Toronto Multicultural Film Festival (5th), Toronto, ON, July 18-23, 2022
OurToba Film Fest, short films by Prairie Filmmakers, Winnipeg Art Gallery Rooftop, May 27, 2022
Screening Under the Steeple, Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, May 25, 2022
Comox Valley International Film Festival, May 12-15, 2022
Amdabad Film Festival, Mumbai, Maharashtra, September 28, 2021
AltFF Alternative Film Festival, Toronto, ON, September 22, 2021
Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival, Not Monsters: Experimental Shorts, Ottawa, Ontario Sept. 17, 2021
Dawson City International Film Festival, Dawson City, Yukon, April 1-4, 2021
Māoriland Film Festival, New Zealand, March 26, 2021
Living Skies Student Film Festival, Regina, Saskatchewan, March 5, 2021
The London School for "Contemporary First Nations, Métis, Inuit (FNMI) Voices," Grade 11, English class, London, ON, Dec. 8, 2020
Saskatchewan Independent Film Awards (SIFA), Regina, SK, Nov. 28, 2020
Rogers Inclusive Film Festival (RIFF) & Panel Discussion, November 20, 2020
Antimatter [media art] Festival, Victoria, BC, World Premiere, October 21, 2020
Awards & Recognition
Nominated, Best of Saskatchewan, Regina International Film Festival, August 9-13
Semi-finalist, Alt Film Festival, Toronto, Ontario, September 22, 2021
Winner of Best of Saskatchewan and nominated Best Graduate Film at the Living Skies Student Film Festival 2021
Nominated Best Graduate Film, Living Skies Student Film Festival, Regina, Mar. 4-6, 2021
Winner of Best Technical Achievement for Sound Design at the Saskatchewan Independent Film Awards (SIFA), Nov. 28, 2020.
Nominated for Best Short Film, and Best Technical Achievement for Cinematography at the Saskatchewan Independent Film Awards (SIFA), Nov. 28, 2020.
As I walk the land with Wolves and Buffalo I reflect on my murdered Cree grandmother, and my colonized ancestors, both human and nonhuman, while honouring their memory. I also consider the historical near extinction of Wolves and Buffalo and reflect on the present-day environmental sustainability of these more-than-human beings.
aen loo pawatamihk is Michif (Métis language), which means Wolf dream or I dream of Wolves.
Genre: Experimental Documentary
Length: 5:30 minutes
Format: 2K Digital