Nominated For:

Best Short Film

Technical Achievement (Sound Design)

Technical Achievement (Cinematography)

As I walk the land with Wolves and Buffalo I reflect on my murdered Cree grandmother, and my colonized ancestors, both human and nonhuman, while honouring their memory. I also consider the historical near extinction of Wolves and Buffalo and reflect on the present-day environmental sustainability of these more-than-human beings. aen loo pawatamihk is Michif (Métis language), which means Wolf dream or I dream of Wolves.

The Filmmaker

Dianne Ouellette is an independent Métis filmmaker. She recently completed her MFA in Media Production. In the last 25 years, she has been focusing her lens on family, history, and identity. Sharing stories through film and photography fulfills her passion for storytelling. She currently works full-time as a Communications Specialist, at the University of Regina and is also a sessional instructor, mentor, writer, and curator. Continuing to encourage others by creating films that connect and inspire people is valuable to her artistic practice.