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First Peoples, First Screens celebrates and showcases the incredibly diverse, rich and provocative creativity currently exploding in Indigenous media arts in Canada. A selection of 20+ cinematic works tours across Turtle Island from February to May 2016, screening on campuses and in communities from coast to coast to coast.
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Ali Kazimi, director of CP film CONTINUOUS JOURNEY, was recently interviewed by independent online journal Democracy Now about Canadian Prime Minister’s official apology for the Komagata Maru incident.
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Janelle Wookey & Jeremie Wookey / CA / 2014 / 48 '
A journey to the Lake St. Martin First Nation that explores the political spider web that has entangled this community and...
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Göran Hugo Olsson / SE / 2014 / 85 '
A powerful, retrospective exploration of African liberation struggles via Frantz Fanon's text The Wretched of the Earth.
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Thursday
Jun 02
07:30 pm
Göran Hugo Olsson / FI / 2014 / 85 '
A powerful, retrospective exploration of African liberation struggles via Frantz Fanon's text The Wretched of the Earth.
Thursday
Jun 02
06:30 pm
Tim Wolochatiuk / CA / 2012 / 88 '
A look into the Canadian government's abusive residential school system and its resulting trauma on the indigenous population.
Monday
Jun 06
06:30 pm
A journey to the Lake St. Martin First Nation that explores the political spider web that has entangled this community and prevents them from going home.
Monday
Jun 06
07:30 pm
Olivier D. Asselin / CA / 2015 / 88 '
Où est aujourd’hui le pouvoir dans nos démocraties? Le film sollicite notre conscience citoyenne à l’heure des grands enjeux planétaires.
Wednesday
Jun 08
(All day)
Eron Davidson & Ana Nogueira / US / 2012 / 95 '
An essay film comparing the policies of White S. Africa & Israel, this provocative doc is an original contribution to the ongoing discussion of Palestine/Israel.
Wednesday
Jun 15
05:00 pm
Lisa Jodoin / CA / 2014 / 5 '
This experimental film-made debut tells the story of one woman’s search for family.
Wednesday
Jun 15
07:00 pm
Robert Greenwald / US / 2006 / 75 '
The story of what happens to everyday citizens when corporations go to war.
Wednesday
Jun 15
07:00 pm
KAHA:WI is a performance film that perpetuates Iroquoian cultural knowledge, traditional æsthetics and expression in a contemporary form.
Saturday
Jun 18
02:00 pm
A journey to the Lake St. Martin First Nation that explores the political spider web that has entangled this community and prevents them from going home.
Wednesday
Jul 20
07:00 pm
Keegan Kuhn & Kip Andersen / US / 2014 / 85 '
Why are the world's leading NGOs side-stepping the number one cause of climate change?
Wednesday
Aug 17
07:00 pm
Magnus Isacsson / CA / 2014 / 90 '
Spanning 10 years, this film follows several passionate, activist grandmothers and their “gaggles” as they fight for peace, social justice and the environment.
Wednesday
Sep 21
07:00 pm
Nettie Wild / CA / 1998 / 92 '
A powerful doc that sheds light on the world's first postmodern revolution
Wednesday
Oct 19
07:00 pm
Andrew Hasse / US / 2012 / 60 '
A documentary film about the work of the pioneers who are growing the Good Food Movement in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Wednesday
Nov 16
07:00 pm
Cullen Hoback / US / 2014 / 79 '
This doc takes a close and critical look at the fine print behind corporations and reveals the troubling levels of ownership they have of our personal information
 

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