"Bloodland" is a social statement on the irreversible and detrimental impact of gas and oil exploration on our planet; and in particular on the impact that hydraulic fracturing has and will have on Kainaiwa, or Blood land. The film was shot with a completely Indigenous cast and crew. The film was also inadvertently funded by the Blood Tribe Chief and Council (2011), the gas and oil companies, and KRI Resources Inc because funds from a distribution cheque from the Blood Tribe Chief and Council were used to fund the making of this film.

The film is a reflection of the filmmaker's feelings toward the incredibly harmful process of fracking happening on Indigenous land throughout the world.

Director Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
Producer Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
Writer Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
Cast Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Byron Chief-Moon, Cowboy Smithx
Duration 4:10 min.
Country Canada