Vistas: Wave a Red Flag

Vistas: Wave a Red Flag

| 4 min

In this short film, a young girl discovers the meaning of community and cultural pride after her mother insists she wave a red flag on her way to school.

Vistas is a series of 13 short films on nationhood from 13 Indigenous filmmakers from Halifax to Vancouver. It was a collaborative project between the NFB and APTN to bring Indigenous perspectives and stories to an international audience.

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  • writer
    Adam Garnet Jones
  • director
    Adam Garnet Jones
  • cast
    Lisa Cromarty
    Monique Mojica
  • producer
    Lea Marin
  • director of photography
    Daniel Grant
  • editor
    Tristen Bakker
  • original music
    David Arcus
  • sound recordist
    Mike Filippov
  • production designer
    Damian Zuch
  • set decorator
    Mike Tessier
  • makeup artist
    Seth Rossman
  • hair artist
    Seth Rossman
  • wardrobe
    Sarah Armstrong
  • sound edit
    Brandan Quinn
    Grant Edmonds
  • sound mix
    Grant Edmonds

  • lgemmel

    Very nicely done! Native people have a lot to be proud of and Red Flag symbolizes the right to show and celebrate their heritage.

    lgemmel, 7 Oct 2010
  • alvin11

    wow! LUV IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!its a cool film i totally understand it

    alvin11, 7 Jun 2010
  • rumpole

    this music was correct for film I enjoyed it . I think the lengh was correct for the message of the film.

    rumpole, 14 Mar 2010