Tasha Hubbard | CANADA | 2014 | 7 MIN | SHORT Documentary
Marie’s walk from her university library to her home is an even seven minutes. It’s a walk she has made many times but one night she is followed by a man who tries to get her into his van. Relieved to have escape, Marie’s story speaks to the threat Indigenous women confront on a daily basis.
Tasha Hubbard is from the Peepeekisis First Nation. She is an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan and an award-winning filmmaker. Her research is on Indigenous film, Indigenous creative representation of the buffal, and Indigenous women’s and children’s history.