The Four Worlds International Institute

International Indigenous Leadership Gathering

Filmed at Lillooet, BC:
Credits:
Desmond Peters/Mark Boiko - Prod/Dir.
Jonathan Morris - DOP/Editor
Meeka Morgan - Writer/Interviewer
Carlin Favell - Writer/Stills Photos
Filip Dobosz - Videographer
AJ Vesak - Videographer
Duncan Hogg - Videographer
Laurin Valentine - Prod. Ass't
Maxine Favell - Prod. Ass't
Ty Boiko - Prod. Ass't

Mike Leach has now joined the team as Project Manager to assist in the production of the 1 hour documentary.

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Comment by Mark Boiko on January 10, 2010 at 10:37am
The link to the Web-site for this years' Gathering is www.protectingthesacred.ning.com
Comment by Kristin Amber Dawn Maire Hill on January 6, 2010 at 9:41pm
Wow this is good there are going to be many more people this year thank to all the hard work of filming and shareing here thank you all for all you have put into this !
Comment by Harold Tookenay on January 6, 2010 at 7:45pm
I liked what one member said, "it is up to us to make the changes...how the government is helping us is really slowing us down."
Comment by Russell Cadotte on January 6, 2010 at 1:48pm
Thank you very much for letting us know the dates, that is perfect, although the winds & rain are cleansing, the blessings of the sun are much appreciated too. Our family would be happy to have a heads up on being able to help with food offerings or any other help, if that is acceptable with the people. Nanaskomin! Russell
Comment by Mark Boiko on January 6, 2010 at 12:50pm
I am very very pleased that people like the video. My friend, Chief Desmond Peters, approached me a few months before the Gathering in Lillooet last year to help document the event. After meeting with the Lillooet Tribal Council, my involvement and the project were approved. Many professional film people from Vancouver volunteered to help. It has been an amazing and rewarding journey for all of us to have spoken so openly with people from all over the world, and it all happened right here in Lillooet.

The video and many photographs are now being used to help promote next years Gathering, to be held in Lillooet from May 31st to June 7th, 2010. Our video team is also working to raise the funds that would allow us to edit a one hour documentary from the more than 25 hours of footage that was filmed. Interviews, ceremonies, dance and music with Shaman, Healers, and Elders from all over the world were recorded and wait to be shared with the people who couldn't be there.
Comment by Susanne Kasack on January 6, 2010 at 12:48pm
Great to see this. I sure will share this message. Can those fine peoples can be contacted in some way? Can you send them warm greetings from Zürich, Switzerland?
Comment by Russell Cadotte on January 6, 2010 at 12:48pm
This was such a wonderful gathering!! So many great presenters, ceremonies, visiting & feasting. We were all looked after so well by the St'at'mic people, I believe there were many prayers sent for their protection during the fires that came later in the summer. Patiently waiting to here the dates for 2010. Kininiskomatin! Russell
Comment by sheila Danko on January 6, 2010 at 11:25am
Blessings of Peace and forgiveness,was about to embark on the journey to the gathering last year, only my Native sister backed out on me last year! would very much like to journey there this year,Was at the Stein gatherings in the past, drove a Nuu Chal Nulth elder there,The Stein is where all my Journeys began, would like to make the full circle back there. Forever Peace in my Heart Sheila
Comment by KNEWWAYS on January 6, 2010 at 10:35am
This is great! Please add more information about this gathering and the magnificent people involved. Maybe also include some links so that more people can be involved. Thank you for this beautiful posting. We want to help.
Comment by Karma Chodzin Lalo on January 5, 2010 at 3:27pm
Wonderful to see this here-excellent to have it on the website for the International Indigenous Leadership gathering 2010...Peace, Lalo

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