Indian Time, director Carl Morasse. Captured over a period of five years within eighteen communities, Indian Time is a personal and current portrayal of the eleven Aboriginal nations of Québec, where some forty people take turns speaking, allowing for exceptional encounters and immersing the viewer—eyes and heart—in this "Indian time." In French, English, Atikamekw, Innu, Inuktitut and Eeyou (Cree) with English subtitles. (La Boȋte Rouge, 2016, 87 min.).
Mikwetc (Merci), directors Sakay Ottawa and Jemmy Echaquan-Dubé. This delightful short film presents a musical ode to traditional Atikamekw culture. In Atikamekw with French subtitles. (Wapikoni Mobile, 2016, 4 min.).