Indigenous Science
June 2018

Science fiction, used well, is a universal tool of empowerment, an exceptional means of dissecting, analyzing, and reimagining one's reality and reclaiming one's narrative. While the same tired storylines may be recycled with ever-increasing budgets by certain louder elements of modern cinema, historically suppressed voices -- with a little imagination and a story worth telling -- often have much more to say. In this issue, films made by and about indigenous populations around the world mix history and myth, tradition and technology, cultural identity and the changing modern world. 

MacroCosmic

by Craig Commanda
FILM

Wakening

by Danis Goulet
FILM

Faka’anaua

by Sio Sateki Malani Wolfgramm
FILM

Visions of an Island

by Sky Hopinka
FILM

Go Go Giwas - Episode 1

by Yi-Feng Kao
FILM

The Rocket Boy

by Donavan Seschillie
FILM

Inuk Hunter

by George Annanack
FILM

Deep Time

by Noah Hutton
FILM

The Northlander

by Benjamin Ross Hayden
FILM

TimeTraveller™ Episode 01

by Skawennati
FILM

Sami Blood

by Amanda Kernell
FILM

The Lodge

by Terril Calder
FILM

Indigo

by Amanda Strong
FILM

Memory of the Peace

by Jean Parsons Jennifer Chiu
FILM

Wawa

by Sky Hopinka
FILM

Quimtai

by Camilo Colmenares
FILM

Stars of Gaomeigu

by Marko Grba Singh
FILM

Sekur Arum

by Maurice Gunning
FILM

Ciudad Maya

by Andrés Padilla Domene
FILM

Blue Stag

by Giulia Grossmann
FILM

People of a Feather

by Joel Heath
FILM

File Under Miscellaneous

by Jeff Barnaby
FILM

The 6th World

by Nanobah Becker
FILM

Future Warrior

by Jeana Francis Nigel LongSoldier
FILM

Hoverboard

by Sydney Freeland
FILM

Delivery from Earth

by Michael Becker
FILM

The Path Without End

by Elizabeth LaPensée
FILM

Naiá e a Lua (Naiá and the Moon)

by Leandro Tadashi
FILM

Campo Experimental

by Alexis Gambis
FILM
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