|aT'lina :|bthe rendering of wealth|h[videorecording] /|cNimpkish Wind Productions in co-production with the National Film Board of Canada ; written and directed by Barbara Cranmer.
|a1 videodisc (50 min.) :|bsd., col. with b&w sequences ;|c1/2 in.
|aProducers, Carl Greene, Barb Cranmer ; for the NFB, Selwyn Jacob.
|aThe filmmaker travels with her family and friends on their annual journey to their sacred place known as Dzawadi. Here, in British Columbia's Knight Inlet, they practice the traditional rendering of oil, t'?ina, from the tiny eulachon fish. Traded throughout the Pacific Northwest for thousands of years, t'?ina remains a vital food staple, trade good, and symbol of cultural wealth.
|aNational Film Board. May 2000. 29.95.
|aIndians of North America|xFishing|zBritish Columbia.
|aIndians of North America|zBritish Columbia|xSocial life and customs.
|aKwakiutl Indians|zBritish Columbia|xFishing.
|aKwakiutl Indians|zBritish Columbia|xSocial life and customs.