led by Elder Mike Pinay
Date: November 18th, 2010
Time: 5:00-7:00 PM
Location: First Nation’s University of Canada
Followed by mispon Opening Night: Indigenous Women Filmmakers
mispon Opening Night: Indigenous Women Filmmakers
Date: Thursday, November 18th, 2010
Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Her latest film It Had to Be Done will be screened at our opening night at the FNUC. mispon will be welcoming the opening remarks and will be screening various work from First Nation’s Women filmmakers and their collective views on Residential School Legacy and overcoming obstacles on ones personal and collective healing journey’s.
Tessa to share an artist talk on her work and insights on the other films and how they connect to the healing journey of Indigenous storytellers and the collective.
We will welcome Honourable Bill Hutchinson to say a few works on behalf of Sask Film.
Opening Remarks by President of mispon: Janine Windolph
Welcoming address to attend other events.
Introductions to films by Tessa Desnomie and Brett Bradshaw will introduce her “Red Road Forward”
“Sorrow’s Companion” Jody Leigh Pacey (15:30 min, Manitoba, 2010)
“The Road Forward” Marie Clements (9 min, British Columbia, 2010)
“More Questions Than Ancestors” White Crow (28 min, Saskatchewan, 2009)
“It Had To Be Done” Tessa Desnomie (20 min, Saskatchewan, 2010)
“Red Road Forward” Brett Bradshaw (44 min, Saskatchewan, 2010)
Thank to all of you on behalf of mispon 2010, hope to see you there.