internet series: I think that's a first, according to Vancouver Observer. And its creators see it as a modern continuation of a long storytelling tradition among the Haida. It is entirely in the Haida language. That's something of a mission for its two directors, Helen Haig-Brown who has already pursued it in a few documentaries and Gwaii Edenshaw, who's a carver and naturalist, has been working on an internet series and has a notable family connection. Better than all that, the film is gripping, exciting and visually stunning. His dad is Guujaaw, the former president of the Haida council. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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