Raven Moon

Artwork from Roy Henry Vickers

When we first set out to make our first short film, we never realized how many wanted to be a part of something creative. At first it was just an idea but that led to asking our community if they wanted to help. The support was immense so I wanted to make sure things were professional and organized from day one. Working in a remote area in Canada, I began the process of storyboarding and researching the wide variety of indigenous cultures in Canada, this led me to the symbols that represent different aspects of each distinction of individual regions. Having the opportunity to meet and perform for Roy Henry Vickers award winning children’s book ‘Peace Dancer’ brought forth a community of creatives who then went on to produce Return of the Raven.

Mr Vickers was kind enough to supply our story with his work ‘Raven Moon’. You can visit his other offerings at his art gallery online at

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