Last year our Promising Practices film project travelled down to LA for its nomination in the LA Skins Film Festival for 'Best Short Film.' Entitled 'Promising Practices in Indigenous Communities in Saskatchewan,' the film focuses on the use of indigenous practices alongside western medicine in the treatment and management of HIV/AIDS. For more, visit Glen Hicks' article in the Cree Nations Treatment Haven.
Since then, we have scored two additional films in the ongoing Promising Practices series, branching out to other local musicians including Alcvin Ryuzen Ramos - a well known master of the Shakuhachi, Samuel Romero - singer song writer of the Earth Heart Hum album, and Jason Lawrence - producer of the popular CiTR UBC Radio show: the Medicine Show.
In the coming months, a complete soundtrack of the film series will release in conjunction with Jason Lawrence's featured songs that include: 'No Shame,' and 'The Best You.' In the meantime, you can listen to some of the signature tracks, right here: https://soundcloud.com/sonsofgranville