Spirit of the Game

Spirit of the Game

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"I feel the spirit of the people and a connection with mother earth in my heart when I run." These are the thoughts of 16-year-old Veronica Charter, a gold medallist at the North American Indigenous Games.

Award-winning filmmaker Annie Frazier Henry follows an elite handful of Aboriginal athletes from British Columbia for two years as they make their way to the 2002 North American Indigenous Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here over 6,000 young Native sportsmen and women from across Canada and the United States come to compete.

It is an exhilarating journey of achievement, dedication and hardship. Spirit of the Game is a tribute to the ones who are rekindling the fire and glory of sport, for whether they win or lose, they all come home heroes.

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Credits
  • producer
    Annie Fraziér Henry
  • director
    Annie Fraziér Henry
  • co-producer
    Stephen Paniccia
  • producer
    George Johnson
  • writer
    Annie Fraziér Henry
  • director of photography
    Rolf Cutts
  • location sound
    Jeff Henschel
  • editor
    Robert Landy
  • music
    John Sereda
  • sound supervisor
    Gael MacLean
  • story research
    Vina Robinson
    Keith Matthew
  • camera operator
    Gary Rutherford
    Don Lowe
    Brian Quock
    Rick Sagayadan
  • camera
    Darryl S. Bird
    Duane Marchand
    Nina Shaka
  • re-recording mixer
    Greg Stewart
    Ian Emberton
  • foley artist
    Ian Mackie

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