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Art Gallery of Alberta, Ledcor Theatre, 2 Sir Winston Churchill Square Edmonton, Alberta  
Aug 23, 2017 | 7:30 pm

Admission fees may apply to access conference.

Mobilize (2015 | 3 min), by Caroline Monnet

This short film, crafted entirely out of NFB archival footage by First Nations filmmaker Caroline Monnet, takes us on an exhilarating journey from the Far North to the urban south, capturing the perpetual negotiation between the traditional and the modern by a people moving ever forward.

Sisters & Brothers (2015 | 3 min), by Kent Monkman

In a pounding critique of Canada’s colonial history, this short film draws parallels between the annihilation of the bison in the 1890s and the devastation inflicted on the Indigenous population by the residential school system.

Nimmikaage (She Dances for People) (2015 | 3 min), by Michelle Latimer

Both a requiem for and an honouring of Canada’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit women, this short film deconstructs the layers of Canadian nationalism. In the process, it reverses the colonial lens by shifting the balance of power to reclaim the Canadian narrative, putting the enduring strength and resilience of Indigenous women at the forefront.

Presented along with Things Arab Men Say.

Justice4Reel Social Jusitce Film Festival, part of John Humphreys Centre conference “Ignite Change”. More information here.

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