Select the Film for Module 1 by Watching the Trailers

We offer the choice of '3rd World Canada' or 'Economic Reconciliation', as the Module 1 film choice for your course.

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Below are the trailers for both films 'Economic Reconciliation' and '3rd World Canada', along with film synopsis. Watching the trailer should suffice in selecting the film for your learners. If you like the trailer, you'll like the full film  - but just in case, we've included the films in their entirety.

Once you choose a film, the other appears in the Bonus Library section of the course and is still made available to your learners. 

If after reviewing the films, you can't decide - our team can help guide you with your selection.

 

YOUR ACTION: Made your choice? Send us an email or use the live chat feature to let us know (click on the orange circle at the bottom right of the screen).


  

📽️ Suggested Film: 3rd World Canada

FILM SYNOPSIS: Set in the backdrop of the aftermath of the suicide of three parents, the documentary explores the impact of 3rd world conditions on children and a community's courage in looking after them. Filmed with the participation of Tikinagan Child & Family Services, and the Nation of Kitchenuhmaykoosib lnninuwug.

 

Here's a 6-minute trailer version of the film to preview.

 If you'd like to view the full version of the film before making a selection, you can do so here:
 

📽️ Suggested Film: Economic Reconciliation

FILM SYNOPSIS:  Produced on the heels of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) final report, Economic Reconciliation is the first film on economic reconciliation in Canada. 

While the TRC’s Call to Action #92 invites Corporate Canada to adopt the principles of reconciliation, Indigenous leaders pave the way forward towards finding concrete solutions that can help fuel economic growth and benefit the entire country. The short film features Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders sharing their insights and a hopeful glimpse at a respectful and prosperous future. The film demonstrates that reconciliation is key to economic certainty & prosperity in Canada.

Here's a 2-minute trailer version of the film to preview:

 
 If you'd like to view the full version of the film before making a selection, you can do so here:
 

YOUR ACTION: Made your choice? Send us an email or use the live chat feature to let us know (click on the orange circle at the bottom right of the screen).