Vistas: Little Thunder

This animated short, inspired by the Mi'kmaq legend The Stone Canoe, explores Aboriginal humour. We follow Little Thunder as he reluctantly leaves his family and sets out on a cross-country canoe trip to become a man.

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Commentaires

  • rr

    «beautiful animation, story, and music. well done.» — rr, 30 Sep 2010

  • easandymackay@gmail.com

    «i love Little Thunder. I got the new Mikm'aq legends, as done by Sanger and Paul, although I don't know how (or if) they connect with this story. Is Little Thunder's story more well known than the new legends? I appreciate Little Thunder's dismay when the gift he receives is a Stone Canoe- it is a good analogy of how we often react to our gifts- we view them as shortcomings, when it may be our odd gifts that propel us beyond the dust. Kudos to the film-makers, the animators and musicians. This is a wonderful story. Thank you. » — easandymackay@gmail.com, 16 Fév 2010

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Générique du film

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Nance Ackerman
Alan Syliboy
réalisateur
Nance Ackerman
Alan Syliboy
animation
Paton Francis
musique originale
Nance Ackerman
Jamie Alexander Alcorn
conception sonore
Nance Ackerman
Jamie Alexander Alcorn
enregistrement
Al Strickland
mix
Al Strickland
producteur
Annette Clarke

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