Artist

Doug Cuthand

Doug Cuthand, a member of the Little Pine Cree Nation, is a writer and producer who founded Blue Hill, his own production company, in 1989. He is currently the host of Indigenous Circle, a weekly newsmagazine on BBS Saskatchewan, and writes a regular column on First Nations issues for the Regina Leader Post and Saskatoon Star Phoenix.

Videography

Childhood Lost - The Residential School Experience

2001, 50:24 minutes, colour, English

Circle of Voices (Truth Hurts)

1999, 45:10 minutes, colour, English

The New Kid

1997, 04:30 minutes, colour, English

Gift of the Grandfathers

1997, 44:00 minutes, colour, English

Prophecy, Milestones & Challenges

1995, 45:00 minutes, colour, English

Sentencing Circles - Traditional Justice Reborn

1995, 44:45 minutes, colour, English

Stay In School

1995, 21:00 minutes, colour, English

Mounties and Indians - Partners In Crime

1994, 23:40 minutes, English

Healing the Family, The Male Partner

1994, 26:50 minutes, colour, English

Teaching Tolerance

1994, 30:00 minutes, colour, English

No Laughing Matter

1994, 30:00 minutes, colour, English

Our Living Treasures

1994, 60:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

ImagineNATIVE: writing back indigenous culture
by Kalli Paakspuu. POV, Winter 2001, no. 45.
Aboriginal Voices Festival:: Documenting a Harsh Reality
by Susan Walker. The Toronto Star, June 16, 2000.