Drum (pumín): Merchants of the Wild; BC - Syilx Territory, Season 3, Ep. 11
Catalogue Number: 300097
Producer: Buck Productions
Producers: Fortin, Daniel
Directors: Fortin, Daniel
Producing Agencies: Little Bear Big Wolf Productions
Subject: Arts, Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, Guidance, Health and Medicine, History, Indigenous Issues, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Tech/Voc
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2022
Running Time: 22:07
Deep in the mountain valley before a devastating storm breaks, the group reflects on the profound changes the journey has brought them. The crew is united by another teaching that ties into the last one when they learn to make drums.
Merchants of the Wild, Season 3, follows six Indigenous adventurers as they journey along ancient paths that were traditionally used by Indigenous traders deep in the mountains of Syilx territory in BC. They spend 25 days in the wilderness learning to reconnect with their culture, with only a handful of necessary tools and a limited food supply. During the expedition they must rely solely on the land, each other, and traditional teachings to survive.
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