Miyo Pimatisiwin Productions Inc. (MPP Inc.) was started in December 2013 by Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse and Tracie Louttit, Aretha Greatrix Joined a few months later. The first project is a documentary that mentored youth in filmmaking while following them in their journey learning about residential schools.

As a production company, the group did not need to continue after the documentary project, but they decide to remain open to produce other forms of media under the production company name. Miyo Pimatisiwin Productions will produce media projects that include but are not limited to satellite radio, film, and television, online media such as web series and podcasts.

Miyo Pimatisiwin Productions Inc. is co-owned by Aretha Greatrix and Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse.


Miyo Pimatisiwin Productions mandate is to break stereotypes, recover from cultural genocide, and rebuild relationships to build a better future. We are a grassroots Indigenous production company that brings culture and media together to share indigenous stories. Our organization incorporates youth mentorship into all of our projects to fully live ‘a good path in life’ and we rely on the guidance of Elders to guide our work.

Indigenous people telling Indigenous stories.

Executive Producers

Aretha Greatrix
Jodi Calahoo-Stonehouse
April 8, 2016