Hi-Ho Mistahey!

Hi-Ho Mistahey!

                                Hi-Ho Mistahey!
| 1 h 39 min

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In this feature-length documentary, Alanis Obomsawin tells the story of Shannen’s Dream, a national campaign to provide equitable access to education in safe and suitable schools for First Nations children. Strong participation in this initiative eventually brings Shannen's Dream all the way to the United Nations in Geneva.

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Hi-Ho Mistahey!, Alanis Obomsawin, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • écriture
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • monteur
    Alison Burns
  • directeur de la photographie
    René Sioui Labelle
  • caméra additionnelle
    Martin Duckworth
    Michaël Darby
    Maarten Kroonenburg
  • preneur de son
    Glenn Hodgins
  • prise de son additionnelle
    Richard Lavoie
  • animation
    David Barlow-Krelina
  • musique originale
    Alain Auger
  • musicien
    Alain Auger
    Michel Dubeau
    Jocelyn Veilleux
    Louis-Philippe Marsolais
  • narration
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • enregistrement de la musique
    Alain Auger
  • None
    Alain Auger
    Jean Paul Vialard
    Dyane Provost
  • enregistrement additionnel musique
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • enregistrement additionnel musique - assistance
    Padraig Buttner-Schnirer
  • enregistrement additionnel voix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • enregistrement additionnel voix - assistance
    Padraig Buttner-Schnirer
  • montage son
    Don Ayer
  • enregistrement du bruitage
    Stéphane Cadotte
  • assistant de production
    Kenny Wheesk
    Serena Koostachin
  • recherche
    Alanis Obomsawin
    Katherine Kasirer
  • obtention des droits
    Elizabeth Klinck
    Hinda Essadiqi
  • en-ligne
    Denis Gathelier
  • titres
    Gaspard Gaudreau
  • réalisation graphique
    Mélanie Bouchard
  • technicien montage numérique
    Isabelle Painchaud
    Pierre Dupont
    Patrick Trahan
  • traduction
    Stella Koostachin
  • coordonnateur technique
    Jean-François Laprise
    France Couture
    Julie Laperrière
    Micheline Faubert
  • coordination technique
    Steve Hallé
  • agent, marketing
    François Jacques
  • assistant de production au marketing
    Geneviève Bérard
  • agent de publicité
    Pat Dillon
  • conseiller juridique
    Dominique Aubry
  • coordonnateur de production
    Christine Williams
    Theodora Kolovos
  • coordonnateur principal de production
    Isabelle Limoges
  • administrateur de programme
    Leslie Anne Poyntz
  • producteur
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • producteur exécutif
    Ravida Din
    Annette Clarke

  • TAMP

    On this first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation my eyes and ears are open. Thank you for sharing the truth. Thank you Shannen!

    TAMP, 30 Sep 2021
  • paulreeve

    From near Oshweekin, in ont. forn near the researve. going to finish my masters for nursing and F.N. studies. I honestly wish I was teaching and working on equality. and know what its like to take a stand.

    paulreeve, 25 Nov 2015
  • babarkhouse

    The thing I liked the most about this film is that it is made by a member of the community that it is about, which gives it a very honest and relatable feel. The story is of Shannen's Dream of a school in her community. Also the power of children speaking common sense to politicians is always amazing.

    babarkhouse, 21 Fév 2014
  • ChrisCarruthersAcadiaEd

    I believe that this film deserves to be taught at any level in the Social Studies, as it promotes engaged citizenship, one of the defining features of the discipline. It is an easy fit into the curriculum at any level and would be a good way to engage youth, by seeing themselves represented as instigators of change in the world. I would consider using this film as a unit opener, to get students thinking about the concept of rights and how the idea of rights can differ depending on where you live or the colour of your skin.

    ChrisCarruthersAcadiaEd, 21 Fév 2014
  • DanJJ

    This film made with great passion and humility leads people everywhere to continually raise the questions whose answers lead us to doing what is right to have a just, safe human community. The voices of children are powerful, cutting through darkness of ignorance to show us ones again the light of what is good, true and right. Thank you, Shannen.

    DanJJ, 17 Fév 2014
  • AJRCrosbie

    Inspiring film! On one hand I'm inspired by how any Canadian can effect change within our communities; on the other hand I'm shocked that this isn't an isolated case and the UN had to get involved. Canada, the country that we all love, certainly has some work to do in order to live up to its image.

    AJRCrosbie, 16 Fév 2014
  • germainecomeau

    I saw this film in a public viewing last week in Church Point NS and looked at it again yesterday. (I was a bit disappointed that the version here is 40 minutes shorter…). The film touched me very deeply and gives an incredibly compassionate insight on First Nations struggles. Alanis is a master filmmaker. I love and admire you all. Thank you so much for your work and determination. One of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

    germainecomeau, 16 Fév 2014
  • muskwa

    Simply beautiful. Thank you to all who made this possible. Thank you to Shannen and her family, to her community and to all the children and their truthful words.

    muskwa, 16 Fév 2014
  • KarinLisaAtkinson

    Beautiful film, heart touching, informative, soul penetrating, made with the love of a powerful filmmaker and woman of inspiring integrity and meaning - Alanis Obomsawin. Thank you to Shannen, Shannen's family and friends for sharing their journey with us. Miigwech

    KarinLisaAtkinson, 15 Fév 2014
  • sierraleone

    Powerful film-thank you Alanis Obomsawin and the whole team. I continue to be inspired and will share this with the students I teach. Strength in numbers....when people come together many things can be possible. Thank you Shannen for your bravery and courage-for planting the seed of change. It continues to grow......Cindy Blackstock...for your phenomenal-ness and passion. I continue to feel inspired and empowered.

    sierraleone, 15 Fév 2014
  • sierraleone

    Powerful message about the strength of all people when we come together! I will continue to share Shannen's story with my students-to inspire, educate and empower. Thank you Shannen for planting the seed; look at how the seed grows. Thank you Cindy Blackstock for your passion and strength-you continue to inspire me!

    sierraleone, 15 Fév 2014
  • DonnaMae

    I visited Attiwapaskikat in 1987 when I taught in Fort Albany. This film made me very sad that progress was so slow to come. Now in 2014 is the school built & eduction improving? I wish there was an update included.

    DonnaMae, 15 Fév 2014
  • FrankdeJong

    I've canoed the James Bay rivers on the Ontario side, and in some communities we toured fabulous new schools but in others, like Attawapisat, two years ago, after years of shameful neglect by the federal government, the construction of the new school was just beginning.

    FrankdeJong, 15 Fév 2014
  • keb-cvb

    Thanks so much NFB for airing this film this weekend and to Alanis Obomsawin for another amazing creation. Most of all thanks for the wisdom and courage of the young people of First Nations. Carolyn Boyer, 72, Barrie, ON

    keb-cvb, 15 Fév 2014
  • Zengarden17

    Incredibly powerful documentary about a young activist whose work is continued by her family, her community, and MP Charlie Angus who pick up the fight for equitable schooling for FN children across the country. You will understand the importance of youth engagement when you watch this.

    Zengarden17, 15 Fév 2014
  • GingerMcLeanFairford

    Great work Guys!

    GingerMcLeanFairford, 13 Fév 2014