Inseparable: Myia

Inseparable: Myia

Film Session(s)


12 minutes, Canada, 2022



As one of only 30 fluent S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish) language speakers left in S?wx?wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation), Myia Antone teaches as a way to preserve her language for generations to come. Seeking to learn more about her culture and language, Myia uses her mountain bike as a needle weaving through her ancestral lands and language. While biking with other Indigenous women, Myia utilizes the S?wx?wú7mesh language to point out geographical features and native plants on rides. Weaving complex conversations through nuanced layers of generational trauma, Inseparable ultimately paints Indigenous joy and community as vital elements for a path forward.


Director(s): Andrew Harrison Brown

Producer(s): Palmer Morse, Brooke Jackson