Slowing time down and creating obstacles to work through are central to Jeff Wall's working process. We have a rare opportunity to witness this in a film that follows the creation of two cinematically realized painterly photographs, Spring Snow and Woman with a Covered Tray.
Documentary on Blackfoot artist and visual storyteller, Joane Cardinal-Schubert. Her multimedia works reflect a strong spirituality and have been described as visual stories of personal experiences, layered against a backdrop of social and historical issues.
Documentary on artist John Rombough. As a young adult, John began to search for his birth parents. He discovered that his father, Alfred Catholique, was living in Lutsulk’e on the shores of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories and moved to Lutselk’e to reconnect with his family and cultural identity.
Songs remain one of the strongest links to the nearly extinct Haida language. Three women explain how art is linked to songs and language and how all are intertwined with Haida culture.
The Journey of the Blue Buddha surveys the evolving practice of Tibetan medicine in today's Chinese-controlled Tibet, as well as in the exile community of Dharamsala, India, the Russian republic of Buryatia and North America.
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