Gail is an Actor and Independent Filmmaker. She grew up in a Métis village in Northern Saskatchewan. She speaks her language Cree/Michif fluently.
Gail is passionate about telling Indigenous stories both in front and behind the camera. She’s currently working on a feature documentary about her 102 year old grandmother, titled “Nokum”. She plans on incorporating animation with live-action to bring her grandmother’s stories to life. She’s also going into pre-production soon for her next short film, ROSIE. Her latest film, ASSINI, has been screening worldwide and garnering nominations and awards.
Gail does her own translations from Cree/Michif to English or vice versa.
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Her films have screened in film festivals worldwide and have aired on television. THIRST, is a film that looks at the water crisis in Canada’s Northern First Nations communities. Until We Meet Again, shot entirely in Cree/Michif in Northern Saskatchewan was nominated for Best Film at the San Francisco American Indian Film Festival in 2013.
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