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  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #9 Salmon Original

    Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #9 Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about the endangerment of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest Coast, commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium’s Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents indigenous fishers of the ‘Namgis band who struggle to preserve their rightful claim to their homeland of origin and historic fishing grounds while simultaneously protecting the salmon and ecosystems that have sustained their people and the region for centuries. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island and are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #8 Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about the endangerment of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest Coast, commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium’s Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents indigenous fishers of the ‘Namgis band who struggle to preserve their rightful claim to their homeland of origin and historic fishing grounds while simultaneously protecting the salmon and ecosystems that have sustained their people and the region for centuries. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island and are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #10 Salmon Original

    Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #10 Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about the endangerment of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest Coast, commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium’s Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents indigenous fishers of the ‘Namgis band who struggle to preserve their rightful claim to their homeland of origin and historic fishing grounds while simultaneously protecting the salmon and ecosystems that have sustained their people and the region for centuries. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island and are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #21 Salmon Original, fishing from post

    Raw footage for a documentary about indigenous land rights for the ‘Namgis people, part of the Kwakwaka’wakw population of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis are an Indigenous nation in central British Columbia, on northern Vancouver Island. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #14 Salmon Original

    Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #14 Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about the endangerment of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest Coast, commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium’s Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents indigenous fishers of the ‘Namgis band who struggle to preserve their rightful claim to their homeland of origin and historic fishing grounds while simultaneously protecting the salmon and ecosystems that have sustained their people and the region for centuries. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island and are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #18 Salmon Original, Roy interview pt. 4

    Raw footage for a documentary about indigenous land rights for the ‘Namgis people, part of the Kwakwaka’wakw population of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis are an Indigenous nation in central British Columbia, on northern Vancouver Island. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #13 Salmon Original

    Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #13 Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about the endangerment of salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest Coast, commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium’s Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents indigenous fishers of the ‘Namgis band who struggle to preserve their rightful claim to their homeland of origin and historic fishing grounds while simultaneously protecting the salmon and ecosystems that have sustained their people and the region for centuries. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island and are part of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation. Continue reading

  • Spirits in the Wilderness #19: Salmon Original

    Raw footage for a documentary about indigenous land rights for the ‘Namgis people, part of the Kwakwaka’wakw population of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Formerly known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the ‘Namgis are an Indigenous nation in central British Columbia, on northern Vancouver Island. Continue reading

 
 
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