link | National Film Board of Canada – Indigenous Languages Playlist

  • The National Film Board of Canada is committed to contributing to the preservation and revitalization of Indigenous languages by creating and releasing Indigenous-language versions of select films from our Indigenous collection. The films in this playlist are offered in several Indigenous languages: Salish, Inuktitut, Nakota (Assiniboine), Kanien’ké:ha (Mohawk), Cree, and Atikamekw. These films highlight the important role language plays in identity and in passing on cultural knowledge and traditions.

  • Category: Aboriginal Languages
  • Thematic area: Preservation
  • Call topics: Intergenerational transmission
  • Major objective: Deliver capacities to take concrete actions and measures to support, access and promote indigenous languages
  • Area of intervention: Creation of favourable conditions for knowledge-sharing and dissemination of good practices with regard to indigenous languages