Andrew George, Charlene Moore, Filmmaking, Indigenous Film, Moccasins

The Premiere

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Filmmaking is a journey. In every journey there are moments you’re going to remember forever. On March 30th, we premiered Moccasin Stories at Forth in the Exchange District in Winnipeg. The event was invite only and featured local filmmakers and artists, friends and family of those involved, educators from the city, and those looking to promote […]

So What is Crowdfunding?

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And why are we doing it for Moccasin Stories? crowd·fund·ing ˈkroudˌfəndiNG/ noun noun: crowdfunding; noun: crowd-funding the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.”musicians, filmmakers, and artists have successfully raised funds and fostered awareness through crowdfunding” (Google Definitions) […]

First Impressions from Cody

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Right off the bat, I really didn’t know what to expect once I heard I’d be working on Moccasin Stories. The idea just hit me, since even I wasn’t exactly sure what was the significance of moccasins in our Aboriginal culture. So it was indeed intriguing to work on this documentary as I’d also be […]

First Impressions from our intern Darcy Waite

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When I first heard I was joining Moccasin Stories the concept for the film seemed like a simple idea — let’s show people how moccasins and mukluks are made. But as the first week of filming came to a close, I sat back in my cramped apartment that stinks of dirty laundry and leftover food, […]

Principal Photography Underway

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It’s always satisfying getting the first time you roll a camera on a project. A lot of people don’t realize that the majority of time put into a film project is the before and after process — not necessarily the actual shooting. We’re truly blessed to have the backing of MTS’ Stories From Home program to […]