Tasha Hubbard (Cree) is an award-winning filmmaker and an Assistant Professor in the University of Saskatchewan's Department of English. Her solo writing/directing project Two Worlds Colliding won a Gemini and a Golden Sheaf Award in 2005. Her animated short film Buffalo Calling screened as part of the Ga Ni Tha exhibit held on the occasion of the 2015 Venice Biennale, and her short hybrid documentary 7 Minutes won a Golden Sheaf Award in 2016.
Tasha also does research and creative projects on Indigenous media, the representation of the buffalo, and Indigenous women and children's experiences. She speaks and writes widely on Indigenous media and racism both in Canada and abroad and is a blog contributor to the Broadbent Institute's website.
⦁ 2017 – «Birth of a Family»
⦁ 2016 – «7 Minutes»
⦁ 2015 – «Buffalo Calling»
⦁ 2005 – «Two Worlds Colliding»