Black Field

“A Brontë-esque tale of two sisters and the mysterious male who romances them both. Writer-director Danishka Esterhazy gets the feel of a rugged prairie life just right." - Variety

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Kyle Riabko: The Lead

Spring Awakening – New York’s hottest show. Groundbreaking. Tony award-winning. Starring a dynamic cast of astoundingly gifted young performers. And it’s about to be taken over by a kid from Saskatchewan.

Kyle Riabko: The Lead is a thrilling TV documentary following aspiring musician Kyle Riabko as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead r...

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The Sharing Circle
The original concept behind The Sharing Circle was to share the centuries old understanding of spiritual balance between all of the Creators' creations and relate this understanding to contemporary life. The idea was introduced by my Grandfather and spiritual leader, Don Daniels, and has been an integral part of the show since the begging. Don Daniels is from Lon Plains First Nation in Sout...
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APCMAs 2009
The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards 2009, hosted by Lorne Cardinal, honours the best in Aboriginal music from across North America as chosen by the people. This spectacular gala event features performances by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Wayne Lavallee, Sierra Noble, Crystal Shawanda and more!


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Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards – 2006

The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards honor the best in Aboriginal music. This spectacular gala event features performances by the best Aboriginal recording artists from across the country, playing unforgettable music for fans of all nations.

The aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards is the first awards show of its kind. It provides an opportunity to showcase Aboriginal music to the rest of the world and to expose Aboriginal recording artists to a national fan base, music industry, and media.

Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards winners were chosen by the fans and stakeholders through two rounds of online voting – the first round ran September 1 – 13 to determine the nominees in each category. The second round of voting ran September 14 – October 13th to determine the winners.

This inaugural event served to give Aboriginal artists increased profile and to bring the artists, industry and fans closer together. A four year plan is in place for Manito Ahbee and the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards.

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Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards – 2007

The Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards 2007, hosted by Lorne Cardinal and Gabrielle Miller, honors the best in  Aboriginal music from across North America as chosen by the people.

This spectacular gala event features performances by the best Aboriginal recording artists from across the continent, playing unforgettable music for fans of all nations.

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Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards – 2008

The Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards 2008, hosted by Lorne Cardinal and Andrea Menard, honors the best in Aboriginal music from across North America as chosen by the people.

This spectacular gala event features performances by the best Aboriginal recording artists from across the continent, playing unforgettable music for fans of all nations.

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Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards – 2009

The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards 2009, hosted by Lorne Cardinal, honours the best in Aboriginal music from across North America as chosen by the people.

This spectacular gala event features performances by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Wayne Lavallee, Sierra Noble, Crystal Shawanda and more!

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Avrocar! Saucer Secrets from the Past

A quirky look at the world’s first man made ‘flying saucer’ built in the 1950’s. American defense poured millions into the project, spurred on by the dreams and aspirations of engineer John Frost. Near disastrous test flight footage combined with hilarious B movie clips make Avrocar a documentary that’s truly out of this world.

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Black Field – Blu-ray

“A Brontë-esque tale of two sisters and the mysterious male who romances them both. Writer-director Danishka Esterhazy gets the feel of a rugged prairie life just right.”
– Variety

“A gothic love letter to the Prairies… Esterhazy’s tale of romance and betrayal is a striking period piece”
– Uptown Maganzine

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– Blu-ray Format
– 80 minutes
– Colour
– Widescreen
-Digital Surround

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Black Field – DVD

“A Brontë-esque tale of two sisters and the mysterious male who romances them both. Writer-director Danishka Esterhazy gets the feel of a rugged prairie life just right.”
– Variety

“A gothic love letter to the Prairies… Esterhazy’s tale of romance and betrayal is a striking period piece”
– Uptown Maganzine

Order now and receive a FREE poster!!*

Special features and more!

Available Aug 2011 – Pre-Order now!

Additional DescriptionMore Details

– DVD Format
– 80 minutes
– Colour
– Widescreen
-Digital Surround

* Limited time offer on free posters and or while quantities last. Free posters will be folded and shipped along with disc.


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Black Field – Poster

Movie poster for Black-field

“A Brontë-esque tale of two sisters and the mysterious male who romances them both. Writer-director Danishka Esterhazy gets the feel of a rugged prairie life just right.”
– Variety

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Your poster will be shipped neatly in a poster tube to the address stated.


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Celebrate: The Music of Our People

“Celebrate: The Music of Our People” honors premier musical artists of Canada Aboriginal communities and acknowledges the keepers, teachers, promoters, creators and performers of Aboriginal music. This one-hour music program features the best of Aboriginal talent in Canada including: Big John Arcand, Sierra Noble, Donny Parenteau, Ryan D’Aoust, Tagaq, Nadjiwan, Willie Dunn, JC Campbell, Asani, The C-Weed band and many more.

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Célébrons: La musique de notre peuple

Célébrons: La musique de notre peuple, met en vedettes les meilleurs artistes musicaux des premières nations au Canada et rend hommage aux mentors, aux créateurs et promoteur de la musique Aborigène. Cette émission d’une heure incult: Big John Arcand, Sierra Noble, Donny Parenteau, Ryan D’Aoust, Tagaq, Nadjiwan, Will Dunn, JC Campbell, Asani, The C-Weed band et bien d’autres.

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Harold Hatcher Seven Teachings Projects

The Seven Teachings Project celebrates the diversity of Canadian society by exploring some of the beliefs and practices of Canada’s original peoples; in particular, Ojibway culture.

As in all cultures, Ojibway adults and elders instill moral values in the young through a series of teachings, called The Seven Teachings. But unlike other cultures, the teachings are, in turn, associated with a different animnal, which helps to flesh out the meaning of a paritcular teaching. They are as follows: Love, represented by the Eagle; Respect represented by the Buffalo; Courage, represented by the Bear;Honesty, reprsented by Sabe, or Bigfoot; Wisdom represented by the Beaver; Humility, represented by the Wolf; Truth, represented by the Turtle.

Ten students from Harold Hatcher Elementary School were taken out to Dave Courchene, Jr.’s Turtle Lodge on Sagkeeng First Nation. It was there that the students received a Spirit Name and were bestowed the honor of being a Keeper for one of the Seven Teachings. As Keeper of the Teachings, the students took on the responsibility for portraying the spirit of that teaching in a series of vignettes, or scenes. Each keeper had a chance to introduce each vignette and narrate the action. The other students acted as crew persons and as actors.

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Kyle Riabko: The Lead

Spring Awakening – New York’s hottest show. Groundbreaking. Tony award-winning. Starring a dynamic cast of astoundingly gifted young performers. And it’s about to be taken over by a kid from Saskatchewan. Kyle Riabko: The Lead is a thrilling TV documentary following aspiring musician Kyle Riabko as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead role in the hit Broadway musical: Spring Awakening. Unprecedented Broadway access. Heartbreaking, uplifting stories from audience members’ real lives. This show captures the essence of the power of contemporary theatre.

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Photo Finish

Photo Finish is the story of 2 Manitoba horsemen who are doing thier best to keep the thoroughbred racing industry flourishing in their province – trainer Carl Anderson and breeder Gary Strath.

Gary Strath is a farmer from just east of Souris Manitoba. A David among the Goliaths of Canadian thoroughbred breeders. Gary has evolved in a little more than a decade from a ‘disillusioned grain farmer’ to an ‘award winning thoroughbred breeder’. In 2005 King of Jazz, bred and raised by Gary on his Stoneyfield farm, finished second in Canada’s most prestigious horse race, The Queen’s Plate. And in 2006 another of Gary Strath’s foals, 3 year old Kimchi won a Sovereign Award as Canada’s top 3 year old filly. Photo Finish tracks Gary Strath throughout the summer of 2006 as he preps his next crop of foals for the annual yearling sale in Keeneland Kentucky, and follows Kimchi’s run for the 2006 Sovereign Award.

Carl Anderson first went to work as a stablehand at Assiniboia Downs when he was still a sixth grader. As as a teenager, he earned his trainer’s license. For more than 4 decades Carl has lived and breathed the thoroughbred business. His career has seen it’s share of highs and lows – and reads like a checkered of Canada’s race tracks. Among Carl’s many stops, Assiniboia Downs in Winnipeg, Blue Bonnet in Montreal, Stampede Park in Calgary, and Marquis Downs in Saskatoon. Photo Finish follows Carl though the ups and downs of the 2006 racing season as he vies for the title of leading trainer at Assiniboia Downs.

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The Road To Victory

The Road To Victory is the story of racing fever and the people who relish being caught up in it, right here in Manitoba. Racing cars is a passion. It seeps it’s way into your pore through the grease and gasoline and the grime under your fingernails. Once the fever takes hold in your bloodstream it’s virtually impossible to cure.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 01

THE SEVEN LAWS
The Seven Laws explores the natural laws or teaching of Aboriginal people and explains how these laws form the basis of all life and meaning in this world.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 02

POW WOW CIRCLE
Pow Wow Circle traces the modern Pow Wow circuit and the people that follow The Pow Wow Road. The Pow Wow phenomenon has exploded in popularity in western Canada. There aren’t enough weekends in the summer to accommodate the growing number of these traditional festivals, and mid-week Pow Wow’s are now in vogue.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 03

UNITY RIDERS
The Unity Riders are a group of horseman who make a 300-kilometer trek from the Chanupawaka reserve in southern Manitoba to Winnipeg for the opening of The 2002 Indigenous Games. This show documents their 9-day journey.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 04

INDIGENOUS GAMES
In this examination of the 2002 Indigenous Games, we profile athletes, capture the cultural events that surround the Games, and present a taste of the many events that were part of the unique event.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 05

INDIAN COWBOYS – THE RODEO TRAIL
An insightful look into Indian cowboys in the rodeo, this documentary includes profiles of 7-year-old barrel racer Raven Shade, bull rider Allison Red Crow, and features Buffy St.Marie’s INDIAN COWBOYS IN THE RODEO.

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The Sharing Circle: Season 11 – Episode 06

ABORIGINAL FASHION
Paris! Milan! New York! Look out! This fast paced documentary examines many facets of Aboriginal clothing design and manufacturing. Aboriginal Fashion traces the history of Aboriginal clothing from traditional garments to the runways of the modern fashion world.

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