IsumaTV is a collaborative multimedia platform for Indigenous filmmakers and media organizations. Originally focused on producing and distributing independent Inuit-language films and media art from an Inuit point of view, IsumaTV now hosts 7,800+ community videos in more than 70 languages.
Core curriculum content platform created for use in Canadian schools with resources that are relevant to teachers and K-12 students that emphasize ties to the curriculum. Contains documentaries, film shorts and television capsules covering Indigenous Studies, racism in Canada, science and the environment, among others. Be sure to check out the "Amplify" series.
Hundreds of films from shorts to full-length documentaries by and about Indigenous peoples available through the National Film Board (NFB). McGill subscription to NFB includes films marked 'Campus' as well as those accessible to the general public. Some films are not available through the streaming service.
Video platform with more than 62,000 titles spanning a range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counselling, film, health, history, and music. Almost 300 videos labeled under the subject "Indigenous Peoples".