Eden Robinson's trilogy is flipping the script on Indigenous stereotypes in media.
Emmy history made, with not an “Ew, David” in sight.
They all self-isolated in advance so that they could celebrate the night together.
Hood's company, Playing With Time Inc., produced the long-running series.
His ode to the iconic Ryan Gosling show was a Canadian heritage minute if we've ever seen one.
Done in two hours! Take notes, Oscars.
But he struggled to get broadcasters behind the idea.
That's right, the U.S. TV network.
A Canadian culture that can't speak to the many variations of Canadianness through its own storytelling really doesn't seem like much of a Canada at all.