Natasha Naveau (Chipewyan/Anishinaabe)
Canada | 2018 | 6 min | English | Short Documentary | World Premiere
Thu Oct 18 2:00 PM
TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 4
Part of imagineNATIVE Originals
Created as part of the LIFT/imagineNATIVE Mentorship
An intimately engaging film guiding us through one of many ways to smoke fish. This is an observational and poetic look at a practice and process that requires patience, passion, and reliance on our natural world and elements to create this long-time delicacy.
Natasha Naveau has assisted and worked on a variety of independent art and media-based projects. She recently completed her MFA from Ryerson University in Documentary Media with a multimedia installation, Shkakamikwe Kido. From the Deer Clan, she is of mixed Dene and settler heritage and is from the community of Mattagami First Nation.