Wapos Bay: There's No "I" in Hockey
Talon and his cousin T-Bear play on the same hockey team, but their relationship becomes strained when they both try to win the attention of Melanie, a girl on an opposing team. The three are all playing in the hockey tournament at the Wapos Bay Winter Festival.
Meanwhile, Raven is having a little too much fun and not helping her grandmother prepare the Kohkum/Granddaughter bannock competition at the Festival. Frustrated by waiting for her granddaughter to help out, Kohkum quits preparing for the contest.
The three children acquire some valuable lessons with the help of Kohkum and Mushom, Raven's grandfather. T-Bear learns how to be a team player, and Raven is determined to compete in the contest.
Wapos Bay is a light-hearted stop-motion animation series about the adventures of three Cree children living in remote northern Saskatchewan. Guided by elders, extended family and their own insatiable curiosity, T-Bear, Talon and Raven learn how to balance traditional ways with newer ones. Dennis and Melanie Jackson created this charming award-winning series.
2005, 24 min 01 s
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Honorable Mention - Category: Humanities
International Film and Video Festival
November 7 to 12 2006, Columbus - USA
November 4 2006, Toronto - Canada
Golden Sheaf Award - Category: Best Children's Production
Yorkton Film Festival
May 25 to 28 2006, Yorkton - Canada
Best Short Drama
Imagine Native Film + Media Arts Festival
October 19 to 23 2005, Toronto - Canada
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