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Films with: Cardinal, Gil

Totem the return of the G'psgolox pole /
In 1929, the Haisla people of the northwestern British Columbia returned from a fishing trip to find a 9-metre-high totem pole, known as the G'psgolox pole, severed at the base and removed from the village. The fate of the 19th-century pole remained unknown to the Haisla for over sixty years. Director Gil Cardinal reveals the Haisla's 1991 discovery of the pole in a Stockholm museum, where it is considered state property by the Swedish government. Cardinal skillfully layers compelling interviews, striking imagery and rare footage of master carvers as they create a replica pole. The Haisla have fulfilled a promise to the museum to replace the original totem. Now, having honoured their end of the bargain, they await the return of the G'psgolox pole.
DVD 3361
Trial of Poundmaker
Portrays the trial of Plains Cree leader Poundmaker in Regina, Saskatchewan, where he stood accused of leading the Cree in support of the Riel Rebellion. Actor Tyrone Tootoosis is a direct descendant of Poundmaker.
DVD 3950
Worlds of Joseph Brant
Portrays the character of Mohawk chief Joseph Brant, whose twin ambitions were to be a power broker between Indian and English societies, and to satisfy his thirst for power, recognition and eminence.
DVD 3952