A day in the life of 91.1, Nuxalk Radio, a radio station built to help keep the Nuxalkmc language alive while broadcasting the laws of the lands and waters.
Screens in program VIFF Short Forum: Programme 3
Includes an interview with Producer: Jessica Hallenbeck
Anuximana Violet Tallio, Qwaxw Spencer Siwallace, Q'xta Rolland Mack, Nuhawhawta Sheldon Tallio, Snxakila Tallio
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Slts’lani (Banchi Hanuse) is the founder and station manager of Nuxalk Radio, a small-transmitter CRTC-license-exempt Native radio station launched on the summer solstice 2014, inspired during the 2012 Idle No More resistance movement. Her directorial debut Cry Rock (2010) won several awards following its premiere at National Geographic’s All Roads Film Festival including the Golden Sheaf Award for Best Documentary Short at Yorkton Film Festival.
Cry Rock (2010)