Bones of Crows (Behind the Scenes)

Lead character Aline Spears (left) and her mom walking through the prairies in movie Bones of Crows.

The Bones of Crows movie about siblings plunged into a fight for survival after being forced into residential school was filmed in British Columbia, including at the site of the former Kamloops Residential School in Tk'emlúps territory. Its large Indigenous cast and crew was pivotal to the production and success of this epic feature.

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Film crew on set operating camera and lighting equipment.
Marie Clements standing in front of white background.
Director Marie Clements talking with an actor on set.
Cast and crew watching video screens on set.
Elizabeth McLeod standing next to cast members Gail Maurice (sitting), Carla-Rae (standing).
Cast and crew members participating in a drumming circle in a field.
Actor Grace Doyle, in character as Aline Spears, standing in a field.
Charlene Dunn styling a cast member's hair.
Director Marie Clements speaking with actor on the film set.
Director Marie Clements standing behind child actor playing piano.

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