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Indigenous youth navigate trauma, self discovery in locally produced TV show pilot

'The Sound' premieres Jan. 20 at the Pickford’s Treaty Day Film Festival

Ta’Kaiya Blaney as Tiss in "The Sound". She's rowing in a wooden canoe.
Ta’Kaiya Blaney as Tiss in "The Sound," a coming-of-age television drama by Children of the Setting Sun Productions. The pilot premieres Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Pickford Film Center's Treaty Day Film Festival. (Photo courtesy of Children of the Setting Sun Productions)
By Cocoa Laney Lifestyle Editor
Children of the Setting Sun Productions (CSSP) is known for amplifying Indigenous voices through sto
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