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This collection covers every region of the world and features the work of documentary filmmakers of the 20th century, including interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more.
The documentaries in this collection are suitable for use in a wide range of subject areas including Asian, Indigenous and environmental studies, geography, film making, journalism, anthropology, conservation biology, forestry, soil sciences, religion and the humanities.
On-demand streaming for educational institutions. Content includes documentaries, training films, and theatrical releases. Explore subjects such as: "Indigenous Studies," "Indigenous Artists," "Indigenous Rights," and more.
Online viewing of films produced by the National Film Board of Canada, including animation, documentaries, experimental productions, and alternative dramas. Explore subjects such as: "Indigenous Peoples in Canada (First Nations and Métis)," "Indigenous Peoples in Canada (Inuit)," and "Indigenous Peoples outside Canada," and more.
A YouTube channel by the Canadian Media Fund featuring Canadian content. Search for broad terms like "Indigenous" or more specific ones like "Cree". You can also search for individual films and filmmakers.
Since 2013, STORYHIVE has funded productions and supported emerging filmmakers with mentorship and support from the National Screen Institute, bringing hundreds of films to life online and around the world.