Andrew Genaille is a First Nations writer living in Canada; to date he's written several feature films including "Johnny Tootall," and "Two Indians Talking," which won the Audience Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival. He also wrote and produced with his siblings the documentary series "Back in the Day." for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. More recently he wrote the short film "Not Indian Enough" which is currently part of the official selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival.
The Chief is dead. Politics, family feuds and the bonds of sisterhood collide as the Carpenter sisters each vie to become the next Chief. Mary, the reluctant heir to the proverbial throne, has to choose between the life she loves in the city and the one on the Rez she's already turned her back on once. Younger sister, Amanda, is all too eager to prove she should have been the Chosen one.
Karen and several of her Native cousins attempt to rob a museum in order to take back the remains of two Ancestors; while they're there they stumble on a ritual that brings a Demon forth. Now Karen and her cousins have to survive someone else's religion.
The story of three Natives that are part of a resistance, at a time in the future when it becomes legal to Hunt First Nations people. Karen is the new leader trying to pull things together, Kevin is a rogue trying to rip things apart; and Peter just wants to get to freedom. Meanwhile the Department of Indian Control continues to track them.
Seven stories throughout the life of an Indian man that's considered an 'Apple' to his reserve, red on the outside but white on the inside. These stories chronicle his attempt to be more accepted by his community by going on a vision quest, his time dating a spiritual person, the time he played poker with a dying racist man; and the time as a ten year old that he discovered residential schools.