Nakatuenita – Respect
Nakatuenita – Respect examines an extraordinary sweep of history and cultural change of the Innu of Labrador from their “settlement” in the 1960s to the present day.  The Innu Nation were among the last nomadic people in North America, with a vast territory called Nitassinan in Labrador. Pressured by the Church and government they were settled into communities. Then the Churchill Falls Hydro Project flooded vast areas of their land without permission. Now the Innu are taking back control of their governance and their resources.

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Director:  Kent Martin
Producers:  Trudy Sable, Richard Nuna
Cinematographer:  Kent Martin
Editor: Kent Martin
Country:  Canada
Province:  NS
Language:  Innu Aimun & English
Subtitle:  English
Runtime:  62 minutes