RELAW: Living Indigenous Laws

Kamala Todd (Cree Métis)
Canada | 2015 | 8 min | English | Short Documentary

Sun Oct 21 12:45 PM
TIFF BELL LIghtbox Cinema 1
Part of
Voices from the Western Regions of Turtle Island

Indigenous laws are intrinsic to the stories of the lands where they originate. They instill interrelated principles that connect humans to lands, waters, and all the sentient beings who co-exist to regenerate life. Many Indigenous nations in B.C. are revitalizing their own laws on their ancestral lands.

Kamala Todd is a Cree Métis filmmaker, curator, community planner who works at Indigenizing place-making and decolonizing Canadian urban landscapes.