As our relationship to Earth travels down a dangerous path, it has become clear that we cannot sustain the stress of our modern ways. On a quest to restore balance, Tribal Leaders from around the world gather in Greenland to witness the awakening of a 20,000 year old Prophecy. Surrounded by melting ice caps, Spiritual Leaders from the four corners of the Earth share the wisdom, prophecies and ceremonies of their ancestors. In an unprecedented gathering,they remember the wounds of the past and embrace the spirit that has endured. sacred-fireTogether they reveal a message that can give hope to the next seven generations. Walk with them and discover ancient knowledge long forgotten. Listen to the wisdom of their ancestors. Feel their connection to Mother Earth. Stand with these extraordinary “Bridgewalkers” around the Sacred Fire as they bridge the mind to the heart, the heart to the land, and the land to the one human family!

Director’s Statement

The film, BridgeWalkers and the Tribal Leaders, Elders and Shaman represented in this film have forever cracked my heart wide open! To experience the Ancient Indigenous Wisdom, Ceremonies and Prophecies has allowed me to love more deeply, to purposefully connect with our Beloved Earth and to recognize the equanimity of All life! It is the gifts of these Tribal Leaders and there willingness to dedicate their lives in service to our Earth and Humanity that inspires me to bring forth this film and share it with the world.

I encourage you to ponder for a moment the history of colonization and stripping away of Ancient Traditions, Cultures, Languages and Belief systems never completely revealed in our own history books. Today these same Tribal People are willing to move through the wounds put upon them and their ancestors as they help us all reconnect with the land and our own deepest hearts. This is why I love my work as a doc filmmaker. I am humbled by those who are living their purpose in hopes that others might do the same! This is the “Juice” of

With gratitude,



Indigenous Leaders

  • Dave Courchene

Dave Courchene

Dave Courchene (Nii Gaani Aki Ininini-Leading Earth Man)

Anishnabe Nation, Eagle Clan~ Manitoba, Canada

A leader descended from a long line of Indigenous Chiefs of Turtle Island (America), Nii Gaani Aki Ininini has taken on an ancient […]

  • Chief Arvol Looking Horse

Chief Arvol Looking Horse

Chief Arvol Looking Horse
19th Generation Keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe

Arvol Looking Horse was born on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota in 1954. Raised by his Grandparents Lucy and Thomas Looking Horse, […]

  • Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq

Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq

Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq, shaman, healer, storyteller and carrier of the Qilaut (winddrum) is a Kalallit Elder whose family belongs to the traditional healers of the far North from Kalallit Nunaat, Greenland.  Angaangaq, whose name means “The […]

  • Chief Darrell Bob

Chief Darrell Bob

Chief Darrell Bob

Xaxli’p Community, St’at’imc Nation, Lillooet, BC
Chief Darrell feels fortunate to have been raised by his grandparents on a small farm in Lillooet, BC with the teachings of the Old Ones and their language […]

News & Updates

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Am I a Bridgewalker?

Meet indigenous bridgewalkers and tribal elders from all corners of the world, who come together for the first time to share ancient prophecies of earth and sacred ceremonies for healing and re-connection. Filmmaker Kara Rhodes shares the power of these gatherings (on and off screen) to do what is most needed now—to melt the ice in the human heart.

Living Your Inspired Life Interview October 12, 2014

October 12, 2014 – Awakened World Film Festival
Susan has retired Naval Commander turned evidential medium, Suzanne Giesemann who is the subject of the documentary, “Messages of Hope”. Next, Susan talks with Producer/Director, Kara Rhodes, about […]

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Winnipeg – BridgeWalkers Screening

2 days Away at The Park Theatre, Winnipeg – BridgeWalkers Screening Sunday June 22 @2 pm at The Park Theatre, Winnipeg! The day after National Aboriginal Day! Please share and invite your friends!

Much of this […]