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INDIGENOUS FILM SPOTLIGHT: THE GRANDFATHER OF ALL TREATIES

INDIGENOUS FILM SPOTLIGHT: THE GRANDFATHER OF ALL TREATIES

Making a Two Row Wampum Treaty Belt | tworowtimes.com TYENDINAGA – Following the success of her first documentary, The Creator’s Game: The Quest for Gold and the Fight for Nationhood in 2011, Tyendinaga Mohawk filmmaker and journalist Candace Maracle had the world premiere of her latest documentary, The...
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AND THE WINNERS ARE… imagineNATIVE 2015 AWARDS

AND THE WINNERS ARE… imagineNATIVE 2015 AWARDS

Scene from Sterling Harjo’s Mekko | Image Source: www.tiff.net Indigenous media fans and film professionals gathered at the TIFF Bell lightbox on Saturday, October 17, 2015 to celebrate Indigenous excellence in storytelling at the imagineNATIVE Festival Awards ceremony. Big names like Alanis Oboms...
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THE ELEVEN INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT TIFF 2015

THE ELEVEN INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS AT TIFF 2015

Movie still from Spear | Image source: adelaidefilmfestival.org In 2001, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, by Nunavut director Zacharias Kunuk premiered at Cannes Film Festival with critical acclaim and success, winning the Camera d’or for best first feature. In a recent poll done by TIFF insiders and academ...
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FIRE SONG: TWO-SPIRITS, SUICIDE, AND A JOURNEY TO FIND LOVE

FIRE SONG: TWO-SPIRITS, SUICIDE, AND A JOURNEY TO FIND LOVE

Andrew Martin and Harley Legarde-Beacham star as Shane and David in Fire Song | Image Source: GAT Productions Media Fire Song is the first film exploring two-spirited themes written and directed by a two-spirited Indigenous director that is premiering at TIFF this year and has been selected to screen at...
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MÉTIS DIRECTOR TAKES CROWDFUNDING PLUNGE FOR GOD’S ACRE

MÉTIS DIRECTOR TAKES CROWDFUNDING PLUNGE FOR GOD’S ACRE

God’s Acre is a feature length film that tells the story of Frank, an Indigenous man who must chose to abandon his traditional land due to flooding caused by big oil and climate change or attempt to accept the changes and adapt to a new way of life. Filmmaker Kelton Stepanowich has launched a one-month...
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