Using the backdrop of traditional Shuswap territory in British Columbia’s interior as both physical and symbolic landscape, Kéwku weaves the tumultuous life experiences of Shuswap elder Ralph Phillips to his relationship with the healing medicine sage.
Sean Stiller is an emerging Canadian-Secwepemc filmmaker based in Toronto, Ontario. His work largely centers on Indigenous and social justice issues in Canada, as well as experimental and transmedia documentary practice.
His short films have been screened at the Bay Street Film Festival, ReFrame Film Festival, Women in Film and Television, Cordoba International Film Festival, and First Nations Film and Video Festival.
Sean is also regularly commissioned for commercial film work. His past clients include Lakehead University, Magnet.today, The Vancouver School Board, The BC Provincial Government, National Aboriginal Day, The Gerstein Crises Centre, and numerous not-for-profit and for-profit clients.