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|  1h 30m

LA Premiere | Documentary | Canada

“Through interviews and creative re-enactments, this film examines the account of Cowichan Chief Tzouhalem’s life from historians and First Nations Elders, the folkloric tales concerning him, his impact on the relationship between the Government and First Nations, and how his legend remains alive, examining critically how his story has been told and passed down to us.”

Director (s) Harold C. Joe and Leslie D. Bland

Writer (s) Harold C. Joe and Leslie D. Bland

Producer (s) Leslie D. Bland and Harold C. Joe


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