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« Sayachapis, years of struggles to survive. So powerful a message so courageous of Sayachapis to share his story of survival as a 1st Nations person. Forced into a residential school for 1st Nations, he learned hard labor, starvation, rape, strapping, bones breaking and unimaginable horrors imprinted in his brain. Ten years he was called 52. Surviving the school was one thing, what about after? Prisons, hospitals, discrimination and rejection. He survived and now today, 30 years on his healing journey he looks back. I’m still alive and still O.K. »


Keith Plumbley - Tribute to mother nature

This short documentary is about an inspiring man’s love for mother nature and it’s artistic incarnation in his wood carving. Close to first nations, he tells us how nature healed him.

SANDY FEET (Lucinda Wierenga)

Sandy Feet is a sand castle artist and an environmental activist. We portrait her inspiring views of life though words and music in this short documentary.


Documentary portrait in which the founder of the café called “l’innocent” shares his inspiring values and views of life and how he developed his restaurant using a sustainable philosophy encouraging local producers.

Tribute to communities of women

These women are keeping alive their communities in their every day actions, taking care of their families while sharing time and laughter together

Dia de los muertos (Tepoztlan)

The Day of the Dead is a traditional celebration of prehispanic origin to honor the deceased. This festivity occurs on November 1st and 2nd. During these days, the Mexicans honour their dead ancestors by offering them different things while following a specific ritual. In the process, the cherished souls can visit their family, friends and house and enjoy their favourite goodies.

Pokemon Go Own them all for real

A satire analogy of Pokemon Go, the “augmented reality” game application currently being massively dowloaded worldwide.

Ana, will you marry me?

So Where is the horse got hired to surprise Ana 🙂

Maurice Meijer

Travel poetry is soothing for the soul’s need of freedom

Freedom is like

One day I wanted something badly… I stood up and went for it 🙂


Corn is central in the Mexican food culture and was first cultivated by the indigenous people of Mexico over 100 centuries ago. Here is a short tribute to maiz, the golden gift of mother nature.

Nicole Heaslewood contemporary hoop flow

Nicole is a key person is this journey in America as she sold us Ruby (our Van). Thank you again our Queen!