Frazier Henry (Blackfoot/Sioux/French) works as a filmmaker,
musician, and writer in Gibsons, British Columbia. Many of her
films reflect her life-long advocacy for Native youth. In 2003
her documentary The Spirit of the Game won the Milagro
Award for Best Indigenous Film at the Santa Fe Film Festival.
In 1999 Frazier Henry served as a juror at the Sundance Film Festival.
Frazier Henry helped Native teens produce It's Up to Us,
named Best Student Film at the 1996 Dreamspeakers Aboriginal Film
Festival. She has composed musical scores for films, including
Loretta Todd's The Learning Path.
"I try to reflect the importance of tradition within today's
way of life. I am constantly exploring new ways of making the
old stories relevant to a modern generation."
Screened by NMAI
Annie Frazier Henry - courtesy of Full Regalia Productions