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Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) On-Screen Protocols and Pathways

The tools and resources that share wise practices for working with Indigenous peoples, stores and communities


Indigenous Screen Office (ISO)

Protocols and Pathways are central to shifting industry practices for Indigenous productions, and for furthering the ISO’s mandate to foster and support Indigenous narrative sovereignty on screens. There has been tremendous uptake since the release of the protocols, and as production teams begin to formally implement various practices, they are seeking a deeper understanding of how to apply protocols throughout their process.

How do we integrate the traditional values and practices into the contemporary way of doing things and reflect them in the business models we want to employ?

The tools and resources offered are an expansion of the document Pathways and Protocols: A Media Production Guide for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Communities, Cultures, Concepts and Stories [PDF, 2 MB].

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