God willing, Talking Story Who Is Your Name Indigenous Resistance AKA Lefty's Revolution Filming is going forward 2019!!!!!!!
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December 5th, 2018, Talking Story Project is slowly coming together, Currently in Studies at the moment to upgrade my digital graphic design technology skills, so thank you Jesus for this new exciting time in my life. Glory to the highest. Pray for the dying, the weak, the sinners, which we all are, Praise the Great Creator of all that is, was, and is to be, Wonderful. God bless you all who come to this site, I am fighting the fight of my life, as temptation explodes all around me and us on this fragile planet. Pray incessantly, For Joy, mercy, love, grace and vengeance is coming soon! Enjoy this new day of the son of man. Thank you Creator, God, Kitchi Manitou, Jesus, Jehovah, Anu Sila, or whatever us puny humans call you for the days of love and grace, laughter and tears, friends now absent from the body, present with the lord. Miigweech for being with all my friends in the flesh and in this cyberspace of electrons, protons and neutrons, and quarks. Maybe so maybe not, Only you know what makes up who I am and where you want me to be. Everyone, have a great day Gros Ventre, Sarcee, Cree, Saulteaux, Ojibwa, and French Performer/media artist Donald Morin recently completed work as an actor for Stops Tactical Operations, Canada. The Stops tactical work was for ten days May/June 2018 He also did work for them in May 2017, and as well July 2017 and September of 2017. He as well acted in the feature film John 3:16 and did some dancing work for 3scape VR project in June of this year. Other work 2017 consisted of acting as Co-lead in the feature film DeRailed by Director Thorsten Nesch in Lethbridge, Alberta and Writing and Directing work for his film DAM T5K Hawaiian Sovereignty AKA Lefty Revolution Film, Previous work consisted of a recurring role on the APTN series Blackstone. Previous film involvement consisted of acting coach and camera audition work for the film The Family by Jason Jeffery. He also appeared at The Calgary International Film Festival in The World Premiere of The Feature Film The Killing Games by Canadian Director Barry J. Gillis. He was also hired for the Aboriginal Arts Festivals held in Edmonton 2010 and 2011, and involved with International Artist Rebecca Belmore with her performance art work at the Museum of Anthropology and the Orr Gallery in Vancouver 2010. 2008 Donald worked for Monroe Communications as an actor on a web based project call The Law Project. 2007 he studied and worked with Gunargie O’Sullivan during the Ten Day Intensive of The Activist Documentary Film Workshop of the Galiano Island Film and Television School in BC. He also co-produced radio programs for Coop Radio’s Community Radio programs When Spirit Whispers and Snewaylh Language program with Co-host/producer Gunargie O’Sullivan”. 2006, he performed for Rebecca Belmore and acted for Infinity Films of Florida, USA. Other work consisted of the principal role of “Marty” in a radio musical called The Tipping Point, a Theatre In The Raw production for The 2nd. Heart of The City Festival and Co-op Radio. For the festival, Donald reproduced and re-edited his 1995 animation Sky People, Spirits, and Transformations, presented the 1988 SFU Film Workshop dual screen narrative collaborative Take It Easy When You Talk About Me, and a short film montage for Aboriginal Film Night. August, 05 he completed the lead role of “Sam Wolf” for Caravan Farm Theatre summer musical IOU LAND. 04/05, he finished film mentoring work for The Indigenous Media Arts Group (IMAG) and completed teaching the Professional Development program for Native Artists. He has showed a 45 minute version of his 7 Fires film and his academic paper NDNs In the Age Of Terror in Atlanta, Georgia, USA at the University Of Georgia, Art & Design and for The Society for Cinema and Media Studies 2004 International Conference. 2004, he was one of the keynote Speakers/Presenters at The Annual AGM for The National Alliance for Media Artists at the RimShot Media Festival in Vancouver, and Cinematographer for the short The Birthday produced by Wendy Nahanee. 2003, he completed the S.E.A.R.C.H program @ The Alliance for Art and Culture, sat for the 2,003 Canada Council For The Arts selection Committee and completed teaching the Native youth and the professional development programs @ the Indigenous Media Arts Group . He also taught at the Digital Film program at The Native Education Centre. The 7 Fires 4 U…Kitchi Manitou film was also presented @ the 13th. Annual La Terres En Vue Film/Video Festival in Montreal of June, 2,003. That year he also completed the direction of two video shorts for Monique Giard entitled VICIOUS ATTACK, and I’M FIRST NATIONS AND PROUD OF IT. 2,002, 7 Fires 4 U…Kitchi Manitou premiered @ the 5th. Annual IMAGeNation Indigenous Film/Video Festival in Vancouver after his digital filmmaking teaching work. November, he directed and videographed the one hour DVCAM production promoting Elder’s Care for Producer Rasunah Marsden. Work also involved Film Consultant for German Company Relevant Film’s project “BluePrint", photographed in Europe and Canada. In 2,001, Donald shot 16mm film for 7 Fires 4 U…Kitchi Manitou, and worked with Robert Free of the American Indian Movement in Seattle Washington. 2,000, Mr Morin also worked on various Television series such as First Wave, and So Weird. He also published the magazine edition of The Metis Sauvage European Tour website, and shot 16mm film footage of his 2,002 release. 1999, He produced and toured The Metis Sauvage European Tour in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris, and London. March 94, he worked as a principal actor in the NBC Movie of The Week with Richard Crenna and Beverly DeAngelo in Seattle, Washington. Mr. Morin produced and edited The 96 minute documentary dance video of Karen Jamieson’s cross-cultural production of Gawa Gyani in Tokyo, Japan 1994. Donald was also the Writer/Director and Producer and fellow actor for NDNs & Dogs, A Multi-media theatre event at Neo-Nativist festival (90), Earth Voice Festival (92) & The National Native Youth and Multicultural Conference(94). Donald Morin performed the LEAD role of Eddy LaRoche in the Quebec 35mm film Windigo in 1993, which won awards at film festivals in Toronto and Cannes France. 85/88/91, he was drama instructor/director for the Spirit Song Theatre Company, Vancouver, BC, where he re-wrote Sea Street to an eight person play for Native youth from a two person show for the 1987 Indigenous World Native Youth Conference, UBC, from one man play for Surrey Teachers Assoc. 1985, he was also the lead Actor for Soul Survivor, which toured the Edmonton Fringe Festival & Vancouver Fringe Festival. Donald Morin was with the Directors Guild of Canada from 1983-1989 and The Marie Morton Talent Agency from 1981-1992. Donald completed his bachelor of Arts Degree with a Fine & Performing Arts Major avec Film Concentration @ SFU 1989. Mr Morin began his 29 year career in September,1980 and continues to work as a performer and filmmaker today. All inquires for Mr. Morin can be directed to (780)983-7189, or email address at donaldmorin [at] gmail [dot] com, mannitoucreations [at] gmail [dot] com or donaldam33 [at] hotmail [dot] com Some of Donald’s songs can be found at dammedia at Isuma TV or www.myspace.com/moredammusic http://www.reverbnation.com/#/donaldmorin, Thanks for visiting! Miigweech, all my relations!See more