Canada Now : The Maple Movies Festival, Home and Native Land, 8 films by indigenous artists from Canada

March 08

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Inspired by a line from the national anthem, O Canada, this program presents short films by Indigenous women filmmakers. The documentaries, animated films and experimental works offer a female perspective on the complex and complicated relation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit to their land. (90 minutes)

Presented personally by Jason Ryle (imagineNative Festival Toronto). For more information on the Festival, visit https://www.canadanow.de/. To purchase tickets, please click on the button below.

Films
Lelum’ (Home) by Asia Youngman (2017)
Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes) by Amanda Strong (2018)
Nuuca (Take) by Michelle Latimer (2017)
Onyota’a:ka khale Tsi’tkalù:to (Oneida and Toronto) by Judith Kanatahawi Schuyler (2018)

Caribou in the Archives by Jennifer Dysart (2019)
Emptying the Tank by Caroline Monnet (2018)
Fast Horse by Alexandra Lazarowich (2018)
Three Thousand by Asinnajaq (2017)

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Venue

Kino im Sprengel
Klaus-Müller-Kilian-Weg 1 (ehem. Schaufelder Straße 33) 30167 Hannover

Acknowledgements

Presented by Telefilm Canada in partnership with the Canada Council for the Arts and the Government of Canada.

Authors/Artists
Alexandra Lazarowich, Amanda Strong, Asia Youngman, Asinnajaq, Caroline Monnet, Jennifer Dysart, Judith Kanatahawi Schuyler, Michelle Latimer
Language

English and German

Topics

Indigenous, Women