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The Best Indigenous Entertainment Anywhere.

  • Anasazi & Seek

    1 Video

  • Ntv - Native Music Television

    1 Season

  • In The Beginning Was Water And Sky

    2 Videos

  • Staying Indian in Ohio

    1 Video

  • Columbus in America

    1 Video

  • Delivery from Earth

    1 Video

  • Life and Magic with Brian Yazzie

    1 Video

  • My Sunset Girl

    1 Video

  • The Memory Trap

    1 Video

  • Animism: The God's Lake

    1 Season

  • Derby Kings

    1 Video

  • Sweetness In Life

    1 Season

  • When Water Covered the World

    1 Video

  • Bizou

    1 Season

  • Vitality Health

    2 Seasons

  • Seasoned with Spirit

    1 Season

  • Native Planet

    1 Season

  • Cooking with the Wolfman

    1 Season

  • Amy's Mythic Mornings

    1 Season

  • Bro'Town

    5 Seasons

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  1. Ntv - Native Music Television

    1 Season

    Native music videos and stories from around world. NTV is owned and operated by native musicians. Our vision is to bring the native community together, with indigenous art, music, news and entertainment. Two Seasons!

  2. Anasazi & Seek

    1 Video

    Two old friends stumble onto an ancient artifact that changes their lives and attracts the attention of three beautiful space travelers preparing for intergalactic war. This was a 48 Hour film project written, produced, and edited within a specified time with the following criteria: Film genre, Science Fiction; Character, Heath Torres; Prop, burrito; Use of the line, "flat as a pancake".

  3. In The Beginning Was Water And Sky

    2 Videos

    A haunting and visually stunning fairytale that blends fantasy and real life events. Two Native American children navigate the dark corners of American history trying to find their way back to a home that may be lost forever.

    Director/Writer: Ryan Ward
    Producer: Mackenzie Gruer
    DP: Michael Leblanc

    Starring: Norma-Sue Hill, Shohnáhose Davin Bomberry, Carter Simon, Jenna Rose Clause, Cheryl De Luca, Tara McLearnon, Harrison Stewart, James Lev...

  4. Staying Indian in Ohio

    1 Video

    The story of Native American assimilation and resilience in the state of Ohio. The film explores the aftermath of the federal relocation policy from the 1950's for Native Americans living in the State of Ohio.

  5. Columbus in America

    1 Video

    Every second Monday in October, imperialism, colonialism, racism, greed, religion, human rights, environmentalism and education all take center stage around one of the most useful and enduring symbols in American history – Christopher Columbus.
    How is Columbus everywhere in a land he never knew existed, in a nation that wasn’t formed for nearly three centuries after his death? For a man responsible for one history’s most monumental events – one wi...

  6. Delivery from Earth

    1 Video

    Winning entry of the Lockheed Martin / NM Film Foundation filmmaker grant. A science-fiction short film about the first human born on Mars, told from the perspective of a Navajo family living in Gallup, New Mexico.

  7. Life and Magic with Brian Yazzie

    1 Video

    Brian Yazzie has been described as an equal parts street magician, mentalist, and psychological illusionist. Yazzie began his career as a street magician 10 years ago following in the footsteps of world-renowned Magician David Blaine

    Yazzie’s magic has made him one of the most popular and exciting artists to rise from the Navajo Nation bringing his unique style of Magic, creativity, and showmanship.
    Yazzie is the first Navajo to join the Intern...

  8. My Sunset Girl

    1 Video

    Despite his father's opposition, a sensitive, rebellious teenager working at a local fair pursues his dream of filmmaking when he meets the girl who changes his life forever. My Sunset Girl is a coming of age story of youthful dreams, parental conflict, and the awkwardness/heartbreak of first love.

    Starring: Ricky Houck, Kaycee Solorio, Stephen Torrey Runtime: 1 hour, 21 minutes
    Written by Alex Greenlee

  9. The Memory Trap

    1 Video

    Allan Code, Yukon filmmaker, goes on a northern journey to Yukon and Alaska’s most remote wilderness areas. For a year, Code follows the FortyMile Caribou Herd in its migration in order to tell their story of survival and how traditional knowledge and science saved them from extinction. This herd was once one of the greatest mainland herds in North America, counted at half a million animals in 1920; and reduced to less than 5,000 in 1970. This doc...

  10. Derby Kings

    1 Video

    This film follows Jim Sundell (Tatanka Means) as he struggles to make sure his younger brother Ace (Jerry Wolf) appears at an impending trial. Ace, a demolition derby diehard, has other plans. With the local demolition derby looming, Ace makes a bold move that forces Jim to step far outside of his comfort zone. Derby Kings gives audiences insight into the struggles two Native American brothers face and explores how the ritual of the derby reinforce...

  11. Animism: The God's Lake

    1 Season

    Melody Ravensfall, a 17 year old environmental activist, is discovering that her friends’ efforts to save the Gods’ Lake from condo developers are just only a small – scale skirmish in what is much larger war.

    Underneath the surface of the lake lies a Sacred Site that is the key to a timeless conflict between the supernatural forces of the Mother and the Wetiko, a creature who has held power for too long and whose minions have pushed our fragile...

  12. Sweetness In Life

    1 Season

    The Sweetness in Life series features knowledgeable and enthusiastic hosts, healthy eating, physical activities, community profiles, interviews with elders, role models, health practitioners and other fascinating people from First Nations communities.
    Produced by Doug Cuthand.

  13. Bizou

    1 Season

    Bizou is a lively, animated, pre-school series that explores the wonderful world of animals as seen through the eyes of a cheerful little five year old native girl named Bizou.

    Through traditional storytelling, sing-alongs, book readings, live-action animal footage, colourful illustrations and animation, children learn to appreciate the connection they have to each other and the wonderful world of animals that surround them.

    Each episode is a...

  14. When Water Covered the World

    1 Video

    A story that goes back into the distant past, about 12,000 years ago, when animals worked together to save the world. This Sayisi Dene Legend was recorded in 1974 and was told by John Clipping. He was born around 1900. Most of the Sayisi Dene at that time still followed the seasonal round of thousands of miles that took them far to the north, near the calving grounds of the barren-ground caribou and south to the big lakes and caribou winter range f...

  15. Native Planet

    1 Season

    In the fight to protect mother earth, join host Simon Baker on a one of a kind, global road trip deep inside native communities passionately defending their way of life against overwhelming environmental threats.
    From New Zealand to Ecuador, Hawaii to Australia, Native Planet is a six part documentary series that transports you to the front lines of an Ingigenous inspired fight to protect mother earth. Travel the globe with series host and acclai...

  16. Vitality Health

    2 Seasons

    Want to improve your life through more exercise, healthier eating habits, and better management of your busy life? Join your host Coleen Rajotte as she shows both teens and adults how to live a life filled with Vitality. Coleen talks with experts in the field of medicine, fitness, nutrition, cooking and spirituality, and gets them to share the secrets to a healthier, happier life.

  17. Seasoned with Spirit

    1 Season

    SEASONED WITH SPIRIT offers viewers a culinary celebration of America’s bounty combining Native American history and culture with delicious, healthy recipes inspired by indigenous foods. Much more than simply a cooking series, each 30-minute episode of SEASONED WITH SPIRIT is a visually stunning, cultural adventure across the American landscape where viewers meet Native American peoples, see their breathtaking environs, learn their history and trad...

  18. Amy's Mythic Mornings

    1 Season

    Amy’s Mythic Mornings is an animated children’s show that teaches the importance of problem solving by using the knowledge of Indigenous story telling. The central characters are a six-year-old girl named Amy and her friends Theodore and Casey who imagine themselves in the stories told by Amy’s Granny Louie. The trio become instrumental in the plot line by taking on the role of cultural heroes in each action-packed episode. Each Episode contains a ...

  19. Cooking with the Wolfman

    1 Season

    An enthusiastic educator and entertainer, Chef David Wolfman is an internationally recognized expert in wild game and traditional First Nations cuisine. A member of the Xaxli’p First Nation in BC, David Wolfman is a classically trained Chef, Culinary Arts Professor at George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology in Toronto (for 20 years now). The series features David’s signature “Aboriginal Fusion: Traditional Foods with a Modern Twist”.

  20. Nevada Indian Stories

    1 Season

    Nevada Stories is an online video series that focuses on folk and traditional native artists, specific local native traditions, and Nevada’s landscape.

  21. Bro'Town

    5 Seasons

    A modern day fairytale about five Auckland teenagers growing up in the big bad city. Bro'Town chronicles the schoolboy misadventures of Vale, Valea, Sione, Mack, and Jeff de Maori in a proudly suburban non-P.C. satire.

    New Zealand's first animated sitcom bro'Town became a hit at home and abroad. Heralded as the "Simpsons of the South Pacific" the five season series has won multiple awards and received critical acclaim.

  22. Oskayak Down Under

    1 Season

    This six part series follows a group of native students as they plan and work to finance a trip to Australia and New Zealand. The students are pupils of Oskayak High School in Saskatoon, a high school that has a large percentage of First Nations students.

  23. First Talk

    1 Season

    First Talk With Tamara Bull was the first Native Talk show produced for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada. Host Tamara Bull, Kim Harvey, Pauline Johnson, and Doreen Manuel offer lively dialogue and a variety of perspectives on current issues that encapsulate the Indigenous experience.

    Created, executive produced and hosted by Tamara Bull.

  24. Native Nights Around the Fire

    1 Season

    The true beginning of Native American storytelling. At night, safe and warm, around a fire. NativeFlix offers an alternative to the fireplace video with a new series called "Native Nights Around The Fire". The series features variety of fire videos from inside the most iconic dwellings the Native Peoples of North America once lived.

  25. Empire of Dirt

    1 Video

    Three generations of First Nations' women ultimately find strength in family while confronting dysfunction from the family's past. When the teenage daughter suffers an overdose, single mother Lena packs them both up and heads to her estranged mother's home far from the city. A recovering drug user herself, Lena knows well the dangers of addiction, and realizes that her daughter's very life is at stake. But before these three women can reclaim the f...

  26. Native Awareness Now

    1 Season

    NATIVE AWARENESS NOW is a new web series that isn't afraid to make us think critically, laugh out loud, or challenge the status quo. The series features actors, comedians, tribal leaders, and other native people from all walks of life.

  27. U=Us

    1 Season

    U=us (You equals us) is all about Indigenous youth. Watch real-life stories of Indigenous youth who inspire, energize and show off their can-do accomplishments. From teens who participate in the Olympics, ones that grace the cover of fashion magazines, to “green-teens” who work to save the environment. Indigenous youth around the world are inspiring others to build a better world.

  28. Bionic Bannock Boys

    2 Seasons

    Join the fun with the Bionic Bannock Boys, as they bring the laughter. Their hilarious sketch show is fun for all!. It is In Living Color meets the rez, as the boys assimilate your television set with their unique brand of comedy.

  29. On Native Ground

    1 Season

    On Native Ground (ONG), is an original entertainment program. Each episode features a role model and is hosted by studio anchors, Bela Longee and Danny Herrera. The ONG Youth Reporters cover news and entertainment throughout Indian Country.

  30. Vitality Gardening

    1 Season

    Host Coleen Rajotte believes that sharing traditional knowledge and practices restores and validates indigenous cultural practices and gives people the tools and resources to live in harmony with their environment and take better care of themselves. Vitality Gardening features gardens and traditional food practices from Canada’s northern populations, as well as features on healthy cooking from across North America.

  31. The Creative Native

    1 Season

    Lively informative program dedicated to celebrating the diverse artistic excellence of the Indigenous Peoples World. Tamara Bell introduces unique Indigenous artists and craftspeople to the viewer, providing an entertaining and fun understanding of their history, art and culture.

  32. Down 2 Earth

    2 Seasons

    Down2Earth is new series that features Indigenous communities and individuals who are involved in land stewardship, clean energy, environmental action and sustainable living. Down2Earth visits Indigenous people across the Planet who use traditional knowledge and science to care for the Earth.

    The series combines stunning visuals of the flora and fauna of the rainforests, tundra, mountains, lakes, oceans, and rivers with intimate and revealing ...

  33. Confronting the Past

    1 Season

    Confronting the Past tells the story of the Gott children, Marlene, Chris and Eric, who were young children when their parents were tragically killed in a car crash. Extended family were caring for the children when social workers scooped the kids and adopted them to an American family in New Orleans. Far away from their culture and family the children found themselves lost and in an abusive home.

    A moving story of what happened to the Gott chil...

  34. Rhymes For Young Ghouls

    2 Videos

    Red Crow Mi'g Maq reservation, 1976: By government decree, every Indian child under the age of 16 must attend residential school. In the kingdom of the Crow, that means imprisonment at St. Dymphna's. That means being at the mercy of "Popper", the sadistic Indian agent who runs the school.
    Rated "R" due to Violence, Drug Use, Language, Sexual References and Graphic Nudity.

  35. Black Indians: An American Story

    1 Video

    “Black Indians: An American Story,” explores the issue of racial identity among Native and African Americans. This in-depth documentary examines the coalescence of these two groups in American history. Discounted, and often ignored by mainstream America, these minority peoples have often shared a common past. However, with their heritage ignored and their contributions denied they are all but invisible at the dawn of the new millennium.

  36. American Indian Music

    1 Video

    American Indians have rich and varied musical traditions. The early film shares the songs and dances of tribes from various parts of the country performed in traditional regalia. The film explores of the social and ceremonial functions of the music in the modern day. The film culminates in a composition by the pre-eminent American Indian Composer, Louis Ballard, who inspired by Indian tribal music, has evolved a powerful and contemporary musical st...

  37. Crooked Arrows

    2 Videos

    Joe Logan (Brandon Routh), is eager to modernize his reservation, but first he must prove himself to his father, the tribal chairman, by rediscovering his spirit. Joe becomes the coach of the reservation's high-school lacrosse team, which must compete against the better-equipped and better-trained players of the elite Prep School League. Joe teaches his players the meaning of teamwork as they climb an uphill battle to the state championship finals.

  38. Two Indians Talking

    1 Video

    Two Indians Talking is a comedic drama about the conflicting opinions of two First Nations men as they prepare to set up a roadblock. Each man wants fiercely to do the right thing, but struggles with the question, "When you do something for the right reasons, does that make it the right thing to do?"
    ADAM (Justin Rain) is a university-educated Native of the Seventh Generation, raised to believe that knowledge is the Indian's best tool for survival...

  39. The Lesser Blessed

    2 Videos

    Premiered to critical acclaim at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), and based on the celebrated novel by Richard Van Camp, The Lesser Blessed is an eye-opening depiction of what it is like to be a vulnerable teenager in today’s modern world. Through the eyes of Larry Sole, a First Nation teenager filled with bravado and angst, fragile and yet angry, seeking clarity clouded by confusion, seeking to belong without belonging, comes the st...

  40. Dome of Heaven

    1 Video

    The Dome of Heaven is a contemporary film about the struggle for stability in a dysfunctional family. The father is Cherokee, the mother is German. They have two grown children, Franklin and Flutie. Flutie gets pushed to the side. She desires to go to college, though she cannot speak in class. Franklin, and their father work as auto mechanics. Their volatile relationship leads to fights, jail, and eventual tragedy.

  41. Navajo Code Talkers

    1 Video

    One of the earliest documentaries made about the code and language that the Japanese could not break in the Pacific war, nor even know its origins. The film illustrates how the Navajo Code Talkers came about, their training and the use of the code in the war against the Japanese. The entire effort had been kept classified for many years and the Navajo lived with the long term secrecy which they were bound by. Then ultimately the long deserved recog...

  42. Es Kime Ani

    1 Video

    Es Kime Ani, a NativeFlix original film. Journey with the Tahltan, a group of Athabascan speaking First Nation people from present day northwest British Columbia as they take the painful first steps to heal their lives and community from generations of trauma associated with the forced assimilation policies of the Canadian government. The film illustrates how indigenous people use the power of forgiveness and ceremony in the healing process.

  43. Game of Life

    1 Video

    Documentary explores the cultural and spiritual significance of the sport of Lacrosse to the people of the Onondaga Nation. Called the "Creator's Game" by the Onondagas, Lacrosse has its origins deep within the customs and beliefs of The Six Nations people. Interviews with players, tribal leaders and coaches help tell the story of the sport that has grown to span the world. The Onondaga Nation's involvement with feature film "Crooked Arrows" is als...

  44. Healing the Warrior's Heart

    1 Video

    Healing the Warrior's Heart examines the emotional trauma of war, through the prism of Native American tradition and ceremony. Many Native American traditions have long understood that helping heal emotionally and spiritually is key to maintaining a healthy society. Within many tribal communities, the return of tradition bearers using ceremonies, prayers, and sacred objects to help returning veterans reintegrate into society, reconnect with the nat...

  45. The Thick Dark Fog

    1 Video

    Walter Littlemoon attended a federal Indian boarding school in South Dakota sixty years ago. The mission of many of these schools in 1950, was still to "kill the Indian and save the man." The children were not allowed to be Indians - to speak their language or express their culture or native identity in any way at the risk of being severely beaten, humiliated or abused. What effects did these actions cause? Many Indians, like Walter, lived with thi...

  46. Whaledreamers

    1 Video

    Whaledreamers - the title alone evokes hypnotic visions of these most magnificent and ancient creatures. This visually stunning film offers an incredible glimpse into a rarely seen and scarcely understood tribal culture whose entire story of creation revolves around whales and has endured for centuries. The film passionately explores the connection between the subtle elegance of these “mothers of the sea” and ancient civilizations around the worl...

  47. We Are Our Language

    1 Video

    In the Yukon Province of Canada, there are fourteen First Nations and eight languages that are indigenous to the region. All of the languages are endangered, with the Tagish language no longer having any fluent speakers. "We Are Our Language" asks the question, what is lost when a language is lost?
    Follow the strory of colonialism, assimilation, resilience, struggle, and bravery for maintaining identity, family, and a way of life. The key to overc...

  48. California Indian

    1 Video

    Nick Thomas, a Pomo Indian and a successful Los Angeles radio host, is forced back to the reservation to help his brother lead the Tule Lake Rancheria out of danger from a seedy casino investor. At risk is the future of the tribe. Based on a true story and actual events at the Pomo Indian Tribe reservation in Northern California. The struggles inherent on reservations today are depicted in this true to life drama transcending current stereotypes of...

  49. ...and much more!