Distributor:  National Film Board of Canada
Length:  99 minutes
Date:  2013
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
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Hi-Ho Mistahey!

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Fourteen-year-old Shannen Koostachin launched a campaign to build a suitable school for the children of the Cree community of Attawapiskat in 2008. Two…

Hi-Ho Mistahey!

Fourteen-year-old Shannen Koostachin launched a campaign to build a suitable school for the children of the Cree community of Attawapiskat in 2008. Two years later, tragedy struck when Shannen was killed in a car accident. Her campaign became a national movement, bringing people from all walks of life together to make Shannens Dreamthe dream of fairness in education for First Nations children, in schools that are safe and welcominga reality.With the documentary Hi-Ho Mistahey!, Alanis Obomsawin brings together the voices of those who have taken Shannens Dream across Canada and all the way to the United Nations in Geneva, in a larger-than-life adventure.In February 2012, a motion on education for First Nations children passed unanimously in the House of Commons. The voice of the children had been heard, and construction of a new school in Attawapiskat could finally begin

“Beautiful film, heart touching, informative, soul penetrating, made with the love of a powerful filmmaker and woman of inspiring integrity and meaning - Alanis Obomsawin. Thank you to Shannen, Shannen's family and friends for sharing their journey with us. Miigwech”


Awards

Canada, Whistler, Film Festival, 04-Dec-2013

Citation

Main credits

Obomsawin, Alanis (film director)
Obomsawin, Alanis (screenwriter)
Obomsawin, Alanis (film producer)
Obomsawin, Alanis (narrator)

Other credits

Editor, Alison Burns; director of photography, René Sioui Labelle; original music, Alain Auger.


Distributor credits

Docuseek2 subjects

Canada
Indigenous Peoples
Alternative Education
Bilingual Education

Distributor subjects

Children and Youth
Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
Attawapiskat Indian Reserve No. 91 (Ont.)
Indigenous peoples
Right to education

Keywords

; "Hi-Ho Mistahey!"; National Film Board of Canada

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