Skip to main content
Catalogues
Retour  Back

HEALING AT LAC STE ANNE

Every July, 40,000 Aboriginal people journey to Lac Ste Anne in northern Alberta. It is the largest Native pilgrimage in North America, and it is over 100 years old. Recent lawsuits over residential school scandals weigh on the Oblate missionaries, who own the sacred site. They may go bankrupt, and lose the site just when its healing powers are most needed. This documentary chronicles the pilgrimage, a campground tapestry of colourful characters, Catholic and Native faith, and the hope to heal old wounds.

Envoyer un ami Send to a friend Print this page Print this page

Betacam SP
Mini DV

48 minutes

Colour, black and white

Original version in English

Genre

Documentary

Producer, Director and Scriptwriter

Cindy Bisaillon

Executive Producer

James Weyman

Narrator

Cindy Bisaillon

Production

Word & Image Media Inc.
151 Howland Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M5R 3B4
Canada
(416) 961-1366
(416) 961-1366
cindy.bisaillon@sympatico.ca


Distribution – Canada

Office national du film du Canada
3155, ch. de la Côte-de-Liesse
Montreal, Quebec
H4N 2N4
Canada
(514) 283-9000
(514) 283-9482

www.onf.ca



With the support of

Canadian Television Fund (EIP)

Search the Catalogues

Print catalogue

Documentaries

Youth

Dramas / Comedies

Variety / Performance

About the Catalogues