Folk music icon Buffy Sainte-Marie became internationally renowned with her protest song "Universal Soldier." In this short documentary, she candidly discusses her hopes, creative vision and songwriting skills, as well as her role as an Aboriginal activist. Still a vibrant artist fifty years into her career, she keeps her eyes set on the future.

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John Walker
John Walker
Kent Martin
director of photography
Nigel Markham
sound recordist
Alex Salter
Kimberlee McTaggart
re-recording mixer
Brian Power


  • amapapyrus

    “magnifique comme un bouleau, solide comme le chene et profonde comme le pin blanc. Merci ” — amapapyrus, 14 Dec 2011

  • marke

    “Buffy is as vital now as she's ever been. Her vision is enduring, as is her art, as is her spirit. Fly on, Ms. Ste. Marie! Thanks for your contribution... (and nice, clean job by the filmmakers too).” — marke, 25 Apr 2011

  • japottie

    “Excellent portrait. Thank you! ” — japottie, 7 Jun 2010

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