Renae Morriseaub. 1965 on the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba
In 1991, Renae Morriseau created the Coyote Collective, a group of First Nations producers, directors, technicians, and writers from across Canada who are dedicated to advancing First Nations issues through broadcast television. Her documentaries have won critical acclaim. In both 1994 and 1995, her work was honoured as best documentary by the Native American Journalists Association. In 1996, the American Indian Film Festival awarded her a Best Public Service plaque for her documentary, Echoes of the Sister, about First Nations women and breast cancer.
Features & TV Movies:VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release
X-Files: The Unopened File (VR-1996)In Cold Blood (TV-1996)Backroads (2000)Skins (2002)Bearwalker (2003)On the Corner (2003)The Velvet Devil (TV-2006)The Secret of Hidden Lake (TV-2006)TV Series – Cast: North of 60 (1992-1996)Into the West (mini-series, 2005)TV Series – Guest appearances:Neon Rider (1994)Hawkeye (1995)The X Files (1994, 1995)Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy (1999, 2000)Cold Squad (1998, 2001)The Collector (2004)Da Vinci`s Inquest (2005)Da Vinci`s City Hall (2005)Renegadepress.com (2007)