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The lives of Indigenous peoples have long been framed for the outside world by others' cinematic gaze. But during the past thirty years, North America's Indigenous image-makers, particularly in Canada, have used the changing technologies of film, video, television, and computer to present their peoples' histories, identities, and perspectives. This edited collection of essays, conversations, and interviews combines Indigenous and non-Indigenous voices as it sets changing representations of Indigenous people on screen against broader socio-cultural, ideological, and economic considerations.
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About the Author
Heather Norris Nicholson received her doctorate from the University of Exeter. She currently holds an honorary research post at the Centre for Canadian Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London. She is also engaged in film-related research projects at the universities of Leeds and Manchester Metropolitan.