Constructed from Canadian prairie archival images taken between 1920 and 1940, this film lyrically explores a son/daughter's relationship with his/her father and the family's relationship to their land.

Home of the Buffalo is a haunting and lyrical film made with archival images (dated between 1920-1940) from the Canadian prairies, timed to a narration about a trans kid’s relationship to his father, and his family’s relationship to the Great Plains, as a territory and as a colonial project.

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