Coptor was founded in 1998 and has since evolved from a small post-production house to become a noted creator of content for film, television and new media. Our heart has always been with the documentary genre – with films including Kahawi: the Cycle of Life (2013) Sparkle: An Evening with Andrea Menard (2010), Pax Americana (2009), Kitohcikew (2008), Raising Valhalla (2007), Alter Egos (2005) and Ryan (2004)– covering arts & culture as well as international environmental, political and social issues. In partnership with Jim Compton (Winnipeg; Ojibway) we formed Wabunganung Film Company and Wabunganung Interactive specifically for creating content in Aboriginal Languages. We have recently delivered to Documrntsry TV Series Catch the Dream (2014) and Urban Native Girl (2016). We also did the 2 Heritage Minutes on Residential Schools (Chanie Wenjack) and Treaties (Niskomitowin). Last year we created the promotional material for the North American Indigenous Games. Typically our budgets run all the way from 40K to 1.5 million.