Joe E. Ironstand is an Ojibway filmmaker, writer and alumni of the National Screen Institute’s New Voices program, and the Weengushk Film Institute's Lab 1 & Lab 2. Ironstand’s first film Inheritance won Best Student Film at the 14th Annual Native American Film and Video Festival of the Southeast. Ironstand works for RS Talent Search, The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival, Colossal Entertainment & Canadian Urban Television, and unofficially founded his own production company Nightstand Films.
Pandem!k ft. Djinn Hooligan & MTB: They Know (Music Video) Independent ⋄ Music Pandem!k music video: Hooligan & Drezden each separately escape a mental institution, running from their own internal & external demons until they join forces with an unbeatable music style.
My Only Friend Experimental ⋄ Independent A video poem about the pros & cons of addiction and substance use.
14th Annual Native American Film & Video Festival of the Southeast: Best Student Film (Inheritance)
National Screen Institute Canada
Weengushk Film Institute