Helen Haig-Brown (Tsilhqot'in) is an award-winning director and a leading talent in experimental documentary. Her work is broad-ranging, from intimate autobiographies on healing and language to forays into fictional film with ?E?anx-The Cave, a traditional Sci Fi story in the Tsilhqot’in language, which won top 10 film in Canada from Toronto International film festival 2009 and was an Official Selection of Sundance Film Festival 2011. Her work has aired on APTN, CBC, Knowledge, NITV (Australia) and has been showcased around the world at film festivals such as Berlinale, Rotterdam and Sundance.
Helen’s latest work, an ongoing documentary project called the Legacy Series which focuses on the transformation and healing of intergenerational trauma to trust, worth, intimacy and love from colonial impacts such as Residential School, Small Pox and the Tsilhqot’in War. Legacyinteractive.ca will launch in January 2014 and the TV component, My Legacy, will air on Aboriginal People Television Network in February 2014. Legacy’s feature film will be released in 2015. Helen is a graduate of Capilano’s Indigenous Independent Digital Film Program and lives between her traditional territory in British Columbia’s Cariboo Chilcotin and her partner’s traditional home of Haida Gwaii.
2014, 60:00 minutes, Colour, English
2012, 30:33 minutes, colour, English
2009, 33:00 minutes, colour, English/ Secwepemctsin
2009, 10:42 minutes, colour, Tsilhqot'in with English Subtitles, also available Close Captioned
2005, 11:27 minutes, colour, English
2003, 43:57 minutes, colour, Eng
12:00 minutes, B&W, English