Leanne Simpson's spoken word track, "Leaks," recorded with Tara Williamson, is combined with visuals of Leanne with her daughter on the land of the Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg, this film is about living as an Anishinaabekwe, the connection to the land and passing that knowledge on to our children. Most importantly, it's about how we can teach them to be proud of who they are no matter what the outside world does to try to tear them down.



A one-minute video created for the Emergency Day of Action - Solidarity for #Elsipogtog on December 2, 2013, which justhappened to be the 49th anniversary of Mario Savio's "Gears & Levers" speech at Berkeley launching the #FreeSpeech movement. Music by @atribecalledred. #IdleNoMore #FrackOff


When It Rains

A one-minute film commissioned by the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival as part of their Stolen Sisters Digital Initiative, drawing attention to over 580 missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.


December 6: a short poetry dance film

Clever and uncompromising, this spoken-word tour de force recalls the events of the Montreal massacre at L'École Polytechnique in 1989, making a bold statement for the abolishment of violence against women



In an age when war seems to be spreading like a plague, this short poetry dance film is one woman's response to the events of 9/11.

*Best Underground Film, chashama Film Festival, NYC


Coda in G Minor

Coda (n): "A new theme introduced at the end of a musical composition to emphasise the sense of finality." Inspired by the films of Deco Dawson and Maya Deren, this silent, black & white film provides a brief, surrealistic glimpse into one moment of this woman's existence: the coda of her life. Is it an ending, or a place between?

Cara Mumford

Filmmaker / Screenwriter

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