Tristin Greyeyes

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Southwest Quadrant

Tristin Greyeyes is Nehiyaw and Anishinaabe from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation. A lifelong learner, Tristin holds a certificate in Media Arts Production, a diploma in Indigenous Independent Digital Filmmaking and a bachelor’s degree in Motion Picture Arts from Capilano University. She is interested in intersectional feminism and the Land Back movement. Tristin is determined to empower Indigenous voices across Turtle Island through the art of filmmaking.

A proud mom, artist, creator and visual storyteller, Tristin has worked for Spotted Fawn Productions, an Indigenous-led stop-motion animation production house. Tristin has produced several short films, including I’m Not Next, and was the editing mentee on the independent feature film The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open. She was an indie film lab instructor for youth groups at Pacific Cinémathèque in Vancouver. Tristin also helped create the National Indigenous Student Advisory Committee with the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations.