(Skidegate, BC) "The mandate of the Images on the Archipelago Film Festival Society is to give exposure to Canadian films, support film-making education, facilitate all our local islanders to express themselves through films, and build bridges between the communities of Haida Gwaii and the world."
(Vancouver, BC) "The 6th International Festival of Anthropology Film Festival (September, 2012), Occupy Anthropology! is organized by The Ethnographic Film Unit at UBC in collaboration with The Museum of Anthropology. and the University Neighbourhoods Association."
(Vancouver, BC) "Over the past 10 years, Reel Youth has produced over 2000 films with thousands of people in BC, Alberta, Ontario, Labrador & Newfoundland, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, Morocco, Vietnam, India and Nepal. Our programs are customized to meet the specific needs of the communities we work with. The Reel Youth Film Festival is a celebration of short films made by youth 19 years and under. Insightful and entertaining, the touring festival collects films from across Canada, and around the world, for an engaging program of some of the best youth filmmaking today."
(Ottawa, ON) "The Asinabka Festival aims to highlight works that examine Indigenous issues and topics; to support media artists and filmmakers; to promote Indigenous cultures and languages; to educate people about First Nations, Metis, and Inuit issues in Canada, and about Indigenous issues internationall; to provide a space where Indigenous peoples can tell their own stories and see their own cultures reflected back at them; to entertain, to be innovative, and to present the best in Indigenous film."
(Toronto, ON) "The imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples at the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and new media. Each fall, imagineNATIVE presents a selection of the most compelling and distinctive Indigenous works from around the globe. The Festival's programming, cultural & social events, and Industry Series attract and connect filmmakers, media artists, programmers, buyers, and industry professionals. The works accepted reflect the diversity of the world's Indigenous nations and illustrate the vitality and excellence of our art and culture in contemporary media."
"The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival is the 3rd largest festival in North America dedicated to showcasing the best new indigenous film and video from across Canada, the US and around the world. Both on and off screen, WAFF’s mandate is to celebrate and cultivate indigenous storytelling"
(New York, NY) "organized by the National Museum of the American Indian Film and Video Center, celebrates the creative energy of Native American directors, producers, writers, actors, musicians, cultural activists, and others who support their endeavors."