Smoke That Travels

Smoke That Travels

What happens when a story is forgotten? 'Smoke That Travels' is a personal documentary by 2016 Sundance Film Festival Ignite Fellow Kayla Briët that explores preservation and loss of Native American culture and her own identity as Prairie Band Potawatomi. runtime 13 min with Gary Wiskigeamatyuk directed + edited + cinematography + original score by Kayla Briët | 18 years old

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Running Time
14 minutes
Family, Short, Documentary, Biography
Kayla Briët
Kayla Briët
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Comments about family «Smoke That Travels» (30)

Evelyn avatar

OMG Wow well what a film officially my new favorite film, which has surpassed other. This film have everything you want out of a Documentary movie.

Gregory avatar

I love the movie the story line is great and so is the acting

Charles Perkins avatar
Charles Perkins

Usually I try to be careful with over hyping a film, or setting the expectations too high, as film geeks all are guilty for, however for Kayla Briët, this really is not possible.

Harold avatar

Great movie, would watch again if I have the time.

Laura avatar

I'm surprised I've not watched it sooner but hugely enjoyed every moment of this film. This film is up there in my top 10 films!

Cheryl W. avatar
Cheryl W.

Can't say it's incredible, but I still liked it very much. Would still recommend it highly.

Gregory avatar

just go and watch it and be prepared to be blown away. Literally.

Gregory Williams avatar
Gregory Williams

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Definitely worth your while!

Roger avatar

I lost count of the times I gasped or whispered 'wow' to myself.

Alice R. avatar
Alice R.

So fun! My entire family has enjoyed this movie several times!

Crystal P. avatar
Crystal P.

I Love it! It is perfect and Just what I was looking for!

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Donna Parker

One of the best movies of all time and most likely the best Documentary I have ever watched.