Dennis Jackson is a 29 year old Cree writer/producer from Northern Saskatchewan residing in Regina. He is currently completing a degree in Film & Video studies at the University of Regina.
Dennis has since written and produced 12 half hour shows for Shaw Cable (Saskatoon) in 1994 on Aboriginal youth issues that were aired across Canada. He then entered the University of Regina's Film & Video program and produced a music video through VideoFact in 1995 that has aired on MuchMusic. He recently completed an animated project entitled JOURNEY THROUGH FEAR, that received an honourable mention at the 11th Annual National Student Film and Video Festival. This animated short has begun airing on Superchannel as a "filler" and will soon be shown on the Saskatchewan Communications Network. In addition to these, he has and will continue to produce film and videos for his degree at the University of Regina.
TIKES ON ICE (1997), JOURNEY THROUGH FEAR (1997), TRAPPING A TRADE (1996), THE X-TRA FILES (1996), THE VICTORY SONG (1995), WANUSKEWIN (1994), VOICES OF ABORIGINAL YOUTH (1994)
by . The National Post, Jan. 14, 2002.