mispon Festival Podcasts
mispon Festival Podcast #13
Part 2 of my conversation with Albuquerque based filmmaker, Blackhorse Lowe about Chasing the Light, other work and filmmaking in general.
mispon Festival Podcast #12
Part 1. Blackhorse Lowe, Navajo director, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, talks about the making of his feature film, Chasing the Light, his past work and filmmaking in general.
mispon Festival Podcast #11
Chris Ross, founder and editor of RezX Magazine and producer of RezX TV talks about his journey in independent indigenous media and his plans for the future of RezX.
2014 mispon Indigenous Film Festival
mispon Festival Podcast #10
Ryan McMahon, comedian and founder of Indian & Cowboy Media, talks about the Indian & Cowboy Media network of indigenous podcasts, new funding approaches, the need for more indigenous podcasters and more.
mispon Festival Podcast #9
Berny Hi, Artist in Residence at the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, talks about his work, The Great Saskatchewan Timelapse and more.
2013 mispon Indigenous Film Festival
mispon Festival Podcast #8
Metis producer and actress, Dawn Bird, talks about Bread Thieves, the movie, and her many projects.
mispon Festival Podcast #7
Janine Windolph talks to me about mispon, our outreach work and her own projects as an independent media artist.
We talk to Sarah Abbott from the University of Regina’s Department of Film and Candy Fox, student filmmaker, about their project teaching media literacy to Indigenous youth at the Rainbow Youth Centre.
2012 mispon: Indigenous Film Festival
We talk to Ntawnis Piapot from APTN, former mispon board member, about her short documentary Hood Celebrity, covering the Idle No More movement and more.
We talk to media artist/freelance journalist Leena Minifie about her work, her upcoming Artist Talk at Sakewewak, living in Santa Fe, the native cultural appropriation in pop culture and more.
We talk to Ian Toews from the 291 Film Company about his career, Untamed Gourmet, what he thinks about the current state of the film industry in Saskatchewan, and why he’s moving to Victoria.
In our second podcast, we talk to Dr. Jesse Archibald-Barber, associate professor at the First Nations University, about his Indigenous Cinema class, a new Indigenous fine arts program in conjunction with the Theatre Department at the University of Regina, as well as the native appropriation in pop culture.
Selves and Subjectivity: Reflections on Canadian Arts and Culture at Athabasca Free Press
Gord Pepper from the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative talks to us about the Filmpool’s programming and upcoming events, as well as the state of the film industry in Saskatchewan.