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A documentary called “Sugarcane” has won the jury prize for directing in the U.S. documentary category at the Sundance Film Festival. The film explores the devastating legacy of residential schools in British Columbia and investigates the abuse and missing children from a specific residential school near the Sugarcane reserve. The directors, Julian Brave NoiseCat and Emily Kassie, both have personal connections to the topic. They hope the film will spark conversations about intergenerational trauma and promote healing and education throughout North America.

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