Directed By: Suki Motoyi⎥ Canada ⎥ 2022 ⎥ 19min15sec
After a strong revelation, a woman seeks her own justice for the murder of her son using inspiration from the oral stories of her Blackfoot ancestors as her motive.
About the Director:
Suki Motoyi is an Indigiqueer Nitsiitapi currently living in Southern Alberta, also know as the the sacred place where the prairies meet the mountains. Suki is passionate about creating stories that revolve around indigeneity, sexuality, language, and resistance. They graduated from the Adam Beach Film Institute in 2016, and won the Southern Alberta Indigenous Youth Shine Award for their work within the LGBTQ2S+ Film community in 2017. She has worked on ten short film projects and is looking forward to taking the next steps within her career with the help of the CineFAM Limitless program.