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Three Feathers can now be enjoyed on the new Northwestel TV Plus and APTN!

The SSDEC is thrilled to announce the release of the film "Three Feathers" can now be enjoyed on the new Northwestel TV Plus and APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network), sponsored in part by the South Slave Divisional Education Council (SSDEC). Through these platforms, the film's powerful message and cultural significance will reach audiences far and wide.

This captivating movie, based on Richard Van Camp's graphic novel of the same name, takes viewers on a transformative journey alongside three young men named Flinch, Bryce, and Rupert.

"Three Feathers" delves into the lives of these individuals who have committed a destructive act in their community. As a means of restorative justice, they are sent to live on the land for nine months under the guidance of wise Elders. Throughout their time immersed in nature, Flinch, Bryce, and Rupert undergo a profound transformation, learning the importance of taking responsibility for their actions and cultivating essential virtues such as humility, caring, and respect.

What sets this film apart is its genuine connection to the northern region and its commitment to inclusivity. Directed by the talented Carla Ulrich, a local from Fort Smith, "Three Feathers" brings authenticity to the screen. The screenplay, crafted by Carla Ulrich herself, was brought to life through the collective efforts of a predominantly indigenous cast and crew, ensuring an accurate portrayal of the story's essence.

Filming for this ambitious project took place over four seasons in and around Fort Smith, capturing the rich diversity of cultural activities that unfold on the land throughout the year. This immersive experience allows viewers to witness the beauty and challenges of living in the North.

To learn more about "Three Feathers" incredible journey from graphic novel to film, and the dedicated team behind it, visit their official website -

Don't miss out on this captivating film that intertwines culture, redemption, and the power of restorative justice. Grab some popcorn, gather your loved ones, and embark on a transformative cinematic adventure with "Three Feathers" today on Northwestel TV Plus and APTN!


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