Gil Cardinal|birth_place=Edmonton, Alberta, Canada |death_date= |death_place=Edmonton, Alberta, Canada |nationality=Canadian |alma_mater=Northern Alberta Institute of Technology |years_active=1970s–2015 |occupation=filmmaker }} Gilbert Joseph "Gil" Cardinal (July 19, 1950 – November 21, 2015) was a Canadian filmmaker of Métis descent. Born in Edmonton in 1950, and placed in a foster home at the age of two, Cardinal only discovered his Métis roots while making his documentary ''Foster Child''. This 1987 National Film Board of Canada (NFB) film received over 10 international film awards, including a Gemini Award for best direction for a documentary program, following its broadcast on CBC's ''Man Alive'' series. Provided by Wikipedia
Totem. the National Film Board of Canada presents ; writer and directed by Gil Cardinal ; producer, Bonnie Thompson.
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Tikinagan / directed and narrated by Gil Cardinal ; producers for Tamarack Productions, James Cullingham, Peter Raymont ; producer for the NFB, Dale Phillips ; produced with the pa...
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