Using entirely still photographs from the Nineteenth Century, a folk sings a song about the great Blackfoot Chief of the Canadian West, Crowfoot. It tells his story as the rise of a great warrior, but he was unable to protect his people from the treachery and the exploitation of the White civilization who were bent on stealing their land and subduing them. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
This was one of the first movies created by the National Film Board's First Nations unit, and was shown in schools across Canada. See more