A five-part film exploring the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples living in Canada
Sharing experiences of Inuit, Métis and First Nations peoples at various stages of life, this film was created to raise awareness, incite reflection and spark conversations about how to make meaningful change happen in health care.
The Unforgotten is a five-part anthology. While the film is meant to be watched as a whole, each story can also be watched individually.
"Such a beautiful and poignant film! It paints an unflinching systemic portrait, and I hope it receives the prominence, reach and impact it deserves. What an enormous contribution to what I have often called the "ongoing big work of Reconciliation." It has to start with taking off the blinders."— Marie Wilson, C.M., O.N.W.T., M.S.C., Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada 2009–15
"This film project and the subsequent open-hearted learning that I hope follows could be a key part of a great shift towards a more compassionate, just and culturally safe health care environment for Indigenous people (and for all people)."— Leela Gilday, music director
The film on this website depicts racism experienced by Indigenous peoples and may trigger strong negative thoughts or feelings.