October 22, 2017

NEW WORKS
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WARU: A New Māori Wāhine Classic Opens ImagineNATIVE 2017

WARU: A New Māori Wāhine Classic Opens ImagineNATIVE 2017

Scene from Waru | Image source: ImagineNative WARU (2017) is a series of gritty single take short films focused on the aftermath of a Māori boy’s death due to child abuse. These eight compelling stories were all created by Māori wāhine (women) using this simple yet formidable formula: one day and one sh...
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RACISM, AND ANTI-SEAL CAMPAIGNS VS. KUKUM KITCHEN

RACISM, AND ANTI-SEAL CAMPAIGNS VS. KUKUM KITCHEN

Film still of Angry Inuk | Image source: National Film Board Welcome to the Seal Meat Fiasco 2017 which includes an Indigenous restaurant: Kukum Kitchen which features seal meat, an anti-seal petition from animal rights activists demanding the seal meat be removed from their menu, and a counter petition...
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I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival

I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival

Métis writer and child rights advocate, Shelly Ann Wieringa, uses her own story of abuse, loneliness, homelessness, and eventual triumph as a vehicle to help others deeply affected by childhood neglect and trauma. In I Never Lied – A True Story About Survival, Wieringa takes readers on a step-by-careful...
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THE GROOVALOTTOS: NDN SOUL AND FUNKY BLUES

THE GROOVALOTTOS: NDN SOUL AND FUNKY BLUES

The GroovaLottos | Image source: thegroovalottos.bandcamp.com You can’t help but dance to the funky blues and soul sounds of The GroovaLottos, whose chart-climbing new single, “Do you Mind…? The Phunk,” earned them a nomination from this year’s Native American Music Awards. The first time the GroovaLott...
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