Round Up

Round Up

                                Round Up
| 18 min

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This short film traces Pete Standing Alone's personal journey from cultural alienation to pride and belonging. As a spiritual elder, teacher, and community leader of the Kainai Nation of Southern Alberta, Pete works with youth to repair the cultural and spiritual destruction wrought by residential schools. At age 81, he has come full-circle in his dedication to preserving the traditional ways of his people.

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Round Up, Narcisse Blood, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

Largeur de la vidéo :

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  • réalisateur
    Narcisse Blood
  • écriture
    Gil Cardinal
  • producteur
    Gil Cardinal
  • monteur
    Brenda Teming
  • prise de vues
    Dennis Southgate
    Daron Donahue
    Rick Tailfeathers
  • preneur de son
    Per Asplund
    Stan Jackson
  • en-ligne
    Studio Post
  • correction des couleurs
    Studio Post
  • None
    Sharon Murphy
    Fagan Standing Alone
    Frank Weasel Head
    Martin Heavy Head
    Jim Plumbe
  • coordonnateur de production
    Ginette D'Silva
    Faye Yoneda
  • superviseur de production
    Mark Power
  • agent, marketing
    Kelly Fox
  • administrateur de programme
    Darin Clausen
  • producteur exécutif
    David Christensen

  • Ajijaak

    This is awesome! I'm First Nations/Métis on the other side of the colonized border. There is so much wonderful stuff happening in First Nations and Native communities. This shows the cultural revitalization, decolonization, and pride.

    Ajijaak, 24 Jui 2016
  • stressor

    I just finished watching 'Roundup' and the dialogue was mainly in English. At a critical time in preserving many native languages it would have been noteworthy for Pete Standing Alone and Narcisse Blood to speak in their native tongue Blackfoot and the documentary be with English subtitles. The language helps keep us distinct and it certainly embraces as a source of pride.

    stressor, 30 Jui 2011
  • Kevin

    A good film that reminds me of the racism that still exists. First Nations should be proud of their heritage and wary of foreign ideas. I hope they can avoid assimilation. Pete Standing Alone deserves admiration based on this presentation.

    Kevin, 26 Jui 2011