We film unique people and produce purposeful stories best brought to light on camera. Samples available below. Rates vary per project.
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Orange Shirt Day
3 Crows Productions takes you on a visual journey of what Orange Shirt Day means to them. They explain why Orange Shirt Day is Every Day, and why this day is so important.
Dallas Yellowfly and Alysha Collie from 3 Crows Productions are now offering an Online Storytelling Workshop and adapting their in person performances to follow BC COVID-19 Guidelines for smaller audiences.
École Salish Secondary
Qwalena is a multimedia performance intended to promote anti-racism, create awareness of the inter-generational impact of Indian Residential Schools and help youth strengthen mental health.
Eight unique Indigenous artists collaborate with students and staff to create artwork for École Salish Secondary. This series aims to capture the process and journey of each Indigenous artist.
Little Eaglets summer learning program prepares Indigenous children for Kindergarten and supports their families in making connections with schools.
Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists host a day of workshops titled "Youth Circle" at the Museum of Anthropology.
Two Indigenous Elders share their experiences at Saint Mary's Indian residential school in an effort to increase public awareness and understanding.
Windspeaker provides support and guidance for youth in becoming balanced Indigenous leaders through tradition, culture and outdoor education.