Trick or Treaty?

Trick or Treaty?

                                Trick or Treaty?
| 1 h 24 min

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Covering a vast swath of northern Ontario, Treaty No. 9 reflects the often contradictory interpretations of treaties between First Nations and the Crown. To the Canadian government, this treaty represents a surrendering of Indigenous sovereignty, while the descendants of the Cree signatories contend its original purpose to share the land and its resources has been misunderstood and not upheld. Enlightening as it is entertaining, Trick or Treaty? succinctly and powerfully portrays one community’s attempts to enforce their treaty rights and protect their lands, while also revealing the complexities of contemporary treaty agreements. Trick or Treaty? made history as the first film by an Indigenous filmmaker to be part of the Masters section at TIFF when it screened there in 2014.

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Trick or Treaty?, Alanis Obomsawin, offert par l'Office national du film du Canada

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  • réalisateur
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • écriture
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • monteur
    Alison Burns
  • caméra
    René Sioui Labelle
    Philippe Amiguet
  • None
    Michaël Darby
    Jean Paul Vialard
    Sylvain Robillard
    Dyane Provost
  • caméra additionnelle
    Riley Hardisty
  • prise de son
    Glenn Hodgins
  • musique originale
    Alain Auger
  • musicien
    Alain Auger
    François Pilon
    Ariane Lajoie
    Ligia Paquin
    Sheila Hannigan
    Mathieu Gagné
    Marc-André Brunet
    Al Goulem
    Tony Robinow
  • narration
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • enregistrement de la musique
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • enregistrement voix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • enregistrement additionnel musique
    Alain Auger
  • montage son
    Don Ayer
  • enregistrement du bruitage
    Stéphane Cadotte
  • recherche
    Alanis Obomsawin
    Noreen Kruzich
    Katherine Kasirer
  • obtention des droits
    Elizabeth Klinck
  • en-ligne
    Denis Pilon
  • réalisation graphique
    Mélanie Bouchard
  • titres
    Mélanie Bouchard
  • technicien montage numérique
    Isabelle Painchaud
    Pierre Dupont
    Patrick Trahan
  • coordonnateur technique
    Jean-François Laprise
  • agent, marketing
    François Jacques
  • assistant de production au marketing
    Catherine Benoît
  • agent de publicité
    Pat Dillon
  • conseiller juridique
    Dominique Aubry
  • coordonnateur de production
    Christine Williams
  • coordonnateur principal de production
    Isabelle Limoges
  • administrateur de programme
    Leslie Anne Poyntz
  • producteur
    Alanis Obomsawin
  • producteur exécutif
    Annette Clarke

  • None

    This was very moving. Well done.

    None, 18 Oct 2021
  • None

    Beautiful song and words at the closing! Very touching....

    None, 15 Jui 2021
  • None

    The film was a very good teaching and I think many people just don't know the true history or any history. After viewing the film, I could not believe the Indigenous people would have knowingly and simply given over their land, water or anything else. In fact, they could have taught much about caring for the land, waters and creatures. I admire very much how they endure and strive to reach their goal and truth in a peaceful manner.

    None, 15 Jui 2021
  • None

    The film taught me about the treaties that the Indigenous people have signed and what they are trying and have done to create equal rights between all Canadians. The film also discussed what Indigenous leaders are talking about to the government to try and get some of their rights back as well as discussing many vital issues that Indigenous people face. #IndigenousFilm

    None, 18 Déc 2018
  • None

    I thought that the film was educational and taught me a lot about the treaties that the Indigenous people signed. The film taught me about what the Indigenous are trying to do to get equal rights as the rest of the country and why they believe they deserve them. Finally, the film showcased how resilient the Indigenous are when it comes to getting their rights back. #next150 #IndigenousFilm

    None, 18 Déc 2018
  • JuliaMcCrea

    It's time the truth is told.

    JuliaMcCrea, 6 Mar 2016
  • srez

    What time should we expect this to be available today?

    srez, 17 Mar 2015
  • NFB_Moderator

    @lthielen--> the film will be available on March 17, 2015, on VOD and DTO in Canada ONLY. The DVD will be there shortly after that!

    NFB_Moderator, 4 Déc 2014
  • lthielen

    When will this be available for download?

    lthielen, 3 Déc 2014