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SHORT DOCUMENTARY

The hunting lifestyle not only soothes the bellies of community members, it also alleviates the hunters’ spiritual longing for the land. Hunting respectfully is a way to feel this connection.

Director's Biography:

A Traditional singer, dancer, artist, father and youth leader from the Stoney Nakoda Nation of Treaty 7 in southern Alberta, after graduating high school Daryl has travelled globally to volunteer his time in countries such as Peru, Nicaragua and Africa working with Canada World Youth first as a participant, then an intern and employee. Daryl has also became apart of Canada Worlds Youths Aboriginal youth committee and was a delegate at the World Conference of Indigenous Peoples in 2014. Daryl now dedicates his time locally working with the Stoney Nakoda youth and youth throughout the Bow Valley performing and teaching traditional art and dance. Daryl coordinated a youth delegation of 6 from his home community to attend the Permanent Forum on indigenous peoples at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City April - May 2017.

Daryl Kootenay and Cameron Kootenay
Manon Barbeau
2019
6 Minutes
Montreal, Canada
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1/24/19 1:00pm at Vermilionville
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premiere v4
contributing 2019 2
international 2019 3