- Mushkeg Media Inc
- Finding our Talk Season Three
- Episode 1: Anishnabe
- Episode 2: Mi'gmaq
- Episode 3: Abenaki
- Episode 4: Ktunaxa
- Episode 5: Australia
- Episode 6: Chitimacha
- Episode 7: Maya
- Episode 8: Sami
- Episode 9: Hawaii
- Episode 10: Words in the Air
- Episode 11: Bolivia
- Episode 12: Dancing with Language
- Episode 13: New Zealand
Ring Of Fire is a six-part documentary series and a digital media project about mining, money, politics and pristine natural environments. It will be a story of the Oji-Cree who have lived in the Far North of Ontario for millennia. But, it will primarily be a story of First Nations people who see The Ring of Fire mining project as a potential opportunity to achieve long term economic security and higher standards of living for their people - but who also have serious concerns as to whether they’ll receive these benefits on terms and conditions that will protect their people, communities, traditional way of life, and the land, watersheds andwildlife that has sustained them for centuries.
Finding Our Talk 3 is series of 13 half hour documentaries about the state of Aboriginal languages both within Canada and the broader indigenous world. Available on DVD>> Purchase via PayPal. Institutions and libraries may also send a PO# and we will invoice you when we ship your order.
Finding Our Talk 3 is now airing around the world and is available on APTN (Canada), Maori TV (New Zealand), NITV (Australia), and Al Jazeera (Global).
*every few months Mushkeg features a different film for a reduced price.
Kanien’kehá:ka - Living the Language (2008) available for $29.95 US + free shipping (regular $39.95).
A documentary about the personal, thought provoking and honest stories of the Mohawk language (Kanien’kehá:ka) immersion program in Akwesasne. Mohawk version is two parts (48 min. each). French and English versions are 62 min.
Mushkeg Media Inc., established in 1999, is a production company specializing in films and videos about the Native experience, films which deal with contemporary issues facing Canada's First Nations, their environment, activities, traditions and their struggle for economic and political autonomy. The company is headed by Paul M. Rickard, independent Cree filmmaker, director and cameraman. Paul's partner is veteran producer and director George Hargrave. Our name, Mushkeg, comes from the Cree word for “swamp”. The Cree people of western James Bay refer to themselves as Omushkegowuk or people of the swamp. You can learn more about Mushkeg by clicking on about us.