Kids

  • 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.

  • Bizou
    1 season

    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...

  • 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 G...

  • We Are All Related

    Movie

    Follow along with Sonny, a young Choctaw boy as he walks along with his grandfather and learns how he is part of all creation and how we are all related to one another.

    Written and Direct by Gary Robison

  • Whistle in the Wind

    Movie

    Set high in the Andes mountains and based on a Bolivian myth, Whistle in the Wind is a short film that tells the story of Gonzalo, an Aymara Indian boy, and his favorite llama, Mayta.

  • Native American Night Before Christmas

    Movie

    An animated whimsical look at what Christmas eve might be like for a magical American Indian village where tipis and TVs co-exist when the native Santa Claus named Old Red Shirt comes to deliver goodies for native children.

  • A Tale of Three Choices

    Movie

  • When Water Covered the World

    Movie

    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 thou...