Boucha Films was developed by Henry Boucha, Native American Silver Medalist, NHL Star, and US Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee. The idea of Boucha Films came in 1992, after being honored as one of Ten Native American Olympians in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Gathering of the Nations Pow Wow.
While working, living and successfully raising his family in Warroad, Minnesota for two decades, Henry tried to find someone who might be interested in developing the Native American Olympians Series, there was interest, but nothing seemed to come together and the idea simmered over the years.
Boucha Films, LLC was unofficially formed in 2011, and became a reality in 2012. It is Henry’s passion, devotion and determination to tell of the successful stories, and tragedies of the American Indian, Native American, and the Canadian Aboriginals sports figures, as well as successful Natives for Network Television.
We will produce 60 Minute TV Documentaries of the Native American Olympians on both sides of the border telling their stories of their struggles, and successes. Each segment will include tribal affiliate, lineage, family, schools attended, sports and activities they participated. There may be some historical re-enactments and will show the honors achieved and received. The goal is to motivate our Native Youth, Families and our Nations of Indigenous People through these inspirational stories.
Boucha Films, LLC USA will produce these special films of our Native American, Canadian, Alaska Natives of North America. Newly developed Henry Boucha Indigenous Films, Inc. of Canada, and our non-profit Kah-Bay-Kah-Nong, Inc. will work together in bringing you these amazing stories. Please read our full project proposal.