Haida Film Project


October 29, 2018 info@haidanation.com 0

Graham Richard SGaawaay K‘uuna Edge of the Knife enjoyed additional success this October as a delegation of Haida travelled to Tkoronto Toronto for ImagineNative. ImagineNative is the world’s largest indigenous film and media arts festival. […]

Haida Film Project

“That’s a wrap!”

August 3, 2017 info@haidanation.com 4

Graham Richard — Film co-director Jaada Yahlangnaay Helen Haig-Brown broke into dance on the rooftop of a longhouse at Yaan as production manager Jessie Anthony said the magic words; “That’s a wrap!” Artificial snow tumbled […]

Haida Film Project

Edge of the Knife: GingG̲a

June 28, 2017 info@haidanation.com 0

GingGa, bathing in cold water for strength, is a practice that spans northwest coast societies. Maternal uncles instill discipline and strength in their nephews by bathing them in the sea and whipping them with hemlock […]

Haida Film Project

Translation continues

January 11, 2017 info@haidanation.com 0

Graham Richard — A six-person team went to work on the script for the upcoming feature-length movie that will be filmed entirely in Xaayda language. Fluent northern dialect speaker Ilskyaalas Dolores Churchill and fluent southern […]