24min | English | Igal Hecht
James Cullingham is a documentary filmmaker, historian, and journalist with Tamarack Productions based in Nogojiwanong – Peterborough. His documentaries concerning social justice, history, and popular culture have been screened around the world. In 1989 Cullingham formed Tamarack Productions to produce Canada's first national documentary series on Aboriginal issues featuring the work of Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers.
Since then Cullingham has made documentaries in Canada, the United States, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Pakistan. His films on history, politics, popular culture, and social justice have been screened around the world. In the episode, we explore faith and spirituality through Cullingham’s award-winning series “As long as the Rivers Flow,” which explores Indigenous spirituality.