Rae Spoon 'My Prairie Home' (documentary stream)

Rae Spoon 'My Prairie Home' (documentary stream)
Electro-dazzled folksinger Rae Spoon was recently examined in the documentary My Prairie Home, and for those who haven't had a chance to watch the film yet, you can now dive right in via an online stream courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.

The musical doc is available to watch for free on Sunday and Monday (January 26 and 27). Directed by Chelsea McMullan, it explores Spoon's life growing up in an evangelical home while not fitting in with gender norms. It also includes music and stunning prairie footage.

My Prairie Home has previously screened in various cities and recently appeared at Sundance. It will be available to purchase digitally or on DVD starting on Tuesday (January 28). But right now, you can stream it below.

For more on the film and what's behind it, as well as its corresponding album, you can read Exclaim!'s interview with Spoon about the project here.

My Prairie Home by Chelsea McMullan, National Film Board of Canada