Mohawk Girls series tells stories of once ‘voiceless’ women
The director behind a TV series being shot in Kahnawake says she wants to show Canadians what it means to be a Mohawk woman. “I’m making a show about my own life, about my sister’s life, my friends’, my cousins’,” says director Tracey Deer. Continue reading.
Latest posts by Diane Wild (see all)
- The legacy of Denis McGrath - March 24, 2017
- Crash Gallery returns for a colourful, chaotic second season - February 5, 2017
- Myth or Science: The Secrets of our Senses comes to The Nature of Things - January 18, 2017