In the early 1600s, when the Jamestown colonists first arrived in the Chesapeake area, there were about 30 tribes in the Powhatan federation that were recorded by the Jamestown chroniclers, as well as numerous others that fell outside of the federation. In the present day, there are 8 tribes that claim descent from those original Powhatan tribes, including two (Pamunkey and Mattaponi) that have reservations near the original Jamestown area. Below are links to the tribes via their websites.
Beyond the Princess: No One Wants to Talk About Pocahontas The video below is by (non-native American) Ana Mirabel. I'm embedding the video here for two reasons; 1) I like that she's working hard to understand the Pocahontas story and seeking out Native American input as well as academic opinion, and 2) she recorded her visit with Pamunkey Indian, Warren Taylor, who speaks about his perspective on the Pocahontas story and Pocahontas movie (around the 6:40 minute mark). There's also an interview with Prof. Adrienne Petty of William & Mary (about 1:30 mark), who provides her thoughts on why Virginia Indians might be hesitant to discuss the Pocahontas story.