U.S. PREMIERE

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | CANADA | 27 MINUTES | English

Handgames in the Delta

A group of Indigenous Handgames players based in the Yukon travelled to four separate communities in the Delta region of the Northwest Territories (Inuvik, Aklavik, Fort McPherson and Tsiigehtchic) teaching Handgames to citizens. In addition to the history & culture being taught, selflessness and humility were major lessons in this ancient game. In the end, each community submitted a team to a Delta-wide tournament in Inuvik.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Taylor Smith

Taylor is a Metis filmmaker from the Alberni-Clayoquot region of Vancouver Island. He has been filming in the outdoor industry since 2014 where his work can be seen on major networks such as Outdoor Channel and Aboriginal People’s Television Network (APTN). In 2018 he was hired as the Director of Photography (DOP) for APTN’s documentary series, ‘Yukon Harvest’. The show was a hit and for the 2nd season he was given dual duties as Director and DOP. Taylor continues to make short Indigenous documentaries through his company, Arrowsmith Productions which he launched in 2016. He has a passion to share stories of inspiring Indigenous leaders and change-makers. Cultural preservation and youth empowerment have proudly become the two pillars of Arrowsmith Productions.

Director

Taylor Smith

Producer

Arrowsmith Productions

Executive Producer

Western Arctic Youth Collective

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Thursday, November 9

Screening: 4:00PM

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