Greg Coyes has worked in the Indigenous media community over the last three decades as an award- winning documentary film-maker, and as an educator and writer. He has produced and directed with the National Film Board, and consulted and written for the Smithsonian at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC.
A graduate of Yale University, Greg is currently teaching, and coordinating the Independent Indigenous Digital Filmmaking program at Capilano University in North Vancouver. His Masters thesis focused on the SLOW MEDIA Community, which creates and promotes decolonized media, and an Indigenous sense of cinematic time and space. Greg is Metis/Cree from St. Albert, Alberta.
Events with Greg Coyes
June 19, 2019
A stimulating time with 40+ creators of all ages: five days of dialogue, big groups, little groups, passionate dinner conversation and case studies- all about where media is, should be, might be and could be… — Betsy Carson, Face to Face Media In an era of divisiveness and disconnection, our relationship to media and technology must evolve. Can we, as makers, bring about more effective change by tapping into the poetic, the sensual, the natural, and the unexpected? The Nature of Media is for artists, filmmakers, writers, and New Media makers who are expanding their horizons: creators who want to…