The Main 2 Wed, May 11, 2022 1:50 PM
The Main 5 Thu, May 12, 2022 7:05 PM
The Main 2 Fri, May 20, 2022 2:00 PM
Virtual Available In:MN Only
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00 (+$2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Student:$8.00 (box office only)
Film Info
Programs:World Cinema
LGBTQ+ Currents
Indigenous Voices
LGBTQ+ Currents
Road Movie
Family Drama
Release Year:2021
Runtime:108 min
Festivals & Awards:Atlantic International Film Festival
2021 (Opening Gala)
WINNER: The Gordon Parsons Award for Best Atlantic Feature
WINNER: The Michael Weir Award for Best Atlantic Screenwriting -Bretten Hannam
WINNER: Award for Outstanding Performance in Acting - Avery Winters-Anthony
WINNER: Best Atlantic Director - Bretten Hannam
Devour! Food Film Festival
2021 (Closing Gala)
WINNER: Golden Tin Award Winner for Best Feature Drama
Image + Nation LGBTQ Film Festival
2021 (Opening Gala)
WINNER: Best Actor - Phillip Lewitski
WINNER: Best Sound Design - Bret Killoran
Sudbury International Film Festival
WINNER: Cinema Indigenized Outstanding Talent Award
North Bay Film Festival
WINNER: Audience Award for Best Film
Print Source:Wolfe Releasing
Director:Bretten Hannam
Executive Producer:Damon D'Oliveira
Producer:Julie Baldassi
Bretten Hannam
Gharrett Patrick Paon
Cinematographer:Guy Godfree
Screenwriter:Bretten Hannam
Editor:Shaun Rykiss
Composer:Neil Haverty
Principal Cast:Phillip Lewitski
Joshua Odjick
Avery Winters-Anthony
Michael Greyeyes
Savonna Spracklin
Joel Thomas Hynes
Steve Lund
John R Sylliboy Desna
Michael Thomas
Becky Julian


Link is a Two Spirit teenager raised by an abusive father. When he discovers that his mother, whom he’s been told is dead, may be alive, he runs away with his half-brother in search of her and his Mi’kmaw heritage. As the pair hit the road, they meet Pasmay, another Two Spirit, who offers his help and acceptance.

Link and his half-brother Travis are simultaneously on a journey to find Link’s mother and on the run from their destructive father. On the road without transportation, they meet Pasmay, who not only has a truck but is attractive to boot. Link’s journey is one of self-discovery–as an Indigenous Canadian, as a gay teen, and as a human seeking love and respect.

Director Biography

Bretten Hannam

Bretten Hannam is a Two-Spirit, non-binary Mi'kmaq person who was born and raised in Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia). They were educated at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and Dalhousie University and directed the short films “New Skin” (2008), “Puppy” (2010), “Deep End” (2011), “Elmiteskuatl” (2019), “Wildfire” (2019) and the feature North Mountain (2015).