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Invaders uses the art of Steven Paul Judd, and music of Trevino Brings Plenty.

This was released in 2015 for web and mobile phone use and was featured at imagine NATIVE Film Media Arts Festival 2015.

Honour Water Scheduled for release in June 2016, Honour Water brings together Anishinaabemowin songs and water teachings in a singing game for healing water.

The graphics were created by Elizabeth La Pensée (Anishinaabe/Métis), Ph. who uses writing, design, and art in games, comics, and animation as a form of self expression.

The adventure follows a young Iñupiat girl and an arctic fox, who set out to find the source of an eternal blizzard which threatens the survival of everything they have ever known. Spirits of Spring Minority Media is an independent gaming company that has been widely praised lately for its introduction of a new game genre: empathy games.

Spirits of Spring is Minority’s second empathy game and formerly called Silent Enemy.

Fun fact: Wes Anderson’s 13-minute short Sundance Institute affirmed its commitment to Native American filmmakers by launching a Festival program to showcase Native and Indigenous films from around the world.

Check out this link to download Invaders and for more work done by La Pensée:

Qalupalik Qalupalik is an Inuit mythological creature that kidnaps children who get too close to cracks in the ice.

Sundance Institute assumed creative and administrative control of the U. Film Festival, expanded it to 10 days, and showcased American independent and international films, including: John Schlesinger.

Fun fact: Renowned documentary filmmakers Frederick Wiseman, D. Pennebaker, and Barbara Kopple (all 1985 jurors) and Rob Epstein participated on the “What’s Real” panel, which examined cinematic representation of reality.