Kokom


Synopsis

Kevin Papatie, participant of the Wapikoni Mobile since 2004, presents a beautiful experimental film, a tribute to his grandmother, his kokom, and, through it, to the Anishnabe people who have survived the trials of history and remained strong.


Film path

Toronto International Film Festival (Canada, 2015)

Skábmagovat Film Festival – Indigenous Peoples’ Film Festival (Finland, 2015) 

International Documentary Film Festival of Mexico City (Mexico, 2014) 

Festival Présence autochtone (Canada, 2014)


Film crew

Direction Kevin Papatie Under the supervision of the Wapikoni Mobile team Voice over and Narration Kevin Papatie Camera Kevin Papatie, Maxime Lapointe, François Laurent Sound Recording and Sound Editing Maxime Lapointe Editing Kevin Papatie, Maxime Lapointe Translation Kevin Papatie Animation/CGI Maxime Lapointe Photography on bark Frank A.Rinehart Music Storm Cloud Local Coordinator Victor Penosway Filmmaker Mentors Maxime Lapointe and François Laurent Filmmaker Mentors Assistant Kevin Papatie Youth Outreach Worker and Training Assistant Véronique Lanoix Thanks Elders of the Kitcisakik Anicinape Community, Annie-Angèle Papatie, Doreena Papatie, Kitcisakik Band Council, Storm Cloud