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Drew Hayden Taylor is prolific and political – TheSpec.com

Taylor, an Ojibway from Curve Lake First Nation, 25 kilometres north of Peterborough, has written novels, short stories, magazine and newspaper articles, as well as 70 plays. Drew Hayden Taylor is an award-winning playwright with more than 70 plays to his credit. You might call him the Indigenous Norm Foster. Prolific and political in his […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 201910 Views

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Wiky actor lands plum role in ‘Outlander’ series – Manitoulin Expositor

January 16, 2019 Greg Odjig an alumnus of Debajehmujig Storytellers MANITOULIN—Actor Greg Odjig made an interesting discovery as he scanned two Debajehmujig playbills that adorn the walls of The Expositor newsroom. “Hey, I’m Gregory Fisher on this one (‘Biidaasigekwe—Sunlight Woman’) and Gregory Odjig on this one (‘Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock’),” he laughed. Mr. Odjig has […]

by pmnationtalk on January 16, 201913 Views

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Space travel and parallel dimensions: Popular comic series does all-Indigenous futurisms volume – CBC

3rd instalment of Moonshot comic collection expected in summer 2019 Jan 16, 2019 Stories focused on the theme of Indigenous Futurisms will make up the third instalment of the award-winning comic collection series, Moonshot. The collection will feature 15 stories by North American Indigenous authors and artists. “We have always told stories which are very […]

by pmnationtalk on January 16, 201915 Views

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Canadian Public Libraries Call on Multinational Publishers to Make More Content Available

Lack of Availability, High Prices Stand in the Way of Open, Easy Access to eBooks and eAudiobooks for Canadian Readers at Public Libraries TORONTO, Jan. 14, 2019  – Wondering why more eBooks and eAudiobooks aren’t available to borrow? So are Canadian public libraries. Demand for eAudiobooks is skyrocketing, but major multinational publishers aren’t making a number […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 201919 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize Jury Names 2019’s Five Best Books in Literary Non-Fiction

January 9 , 2019 AT A STANDING-ROOM-ONLY press conference held in downtown Toronto, two of the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize jurors, Camilla Gibb and Roy MacGregor announced the five finalists for this year’s Prize. The finalists for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize are: • Just Let Me Look at You: On Fatherhood, by Bill Gaston, published by […]

by aanationtalk on January 9, 201952 Views

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July 27, 1960 – Indians of Saskatchewan get full liquor privileges – The Battlefords News-Optimist

January 3, 2019 NOTE: The term “Indian” is used in this article, as that was the word most commonly used to refer to Indigenous peoples during the period under discussion. Indigenous people were not allowed to drink in Saskatchewan bars until 1960 – the same year they were granted the right to vote. The push […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201934 Views

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Tantoo Cardinal finally gets the recognition she deserves – Macleans.ca

Jan 3, 2019 The veteran Cree/Métis actor has spent most of her career in stereotypical Indigenous cameos. Now she’s the headliner. Tantoo Cardinal has sat around countless fires for the camera. Campfires in the forest and on the prairie, fires in teepees and cabins. And every one of them was fake, with silent propane flames […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201928 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize To Announce its 2019 Shortlist Wednesday January 9 at the Omni King Edward Hotel, Toronto

TORONTO, Dec. 28, 2018  – The trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation request the media to attend a conference to announce the finalists for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize. The 30-minute press conference will take place Wednesday, January 9, 2019 10 a.m. sharp in the Consort Bar (Main Level) of The Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East Toronto, ON M5C 1E9. […]

by ahnationtalk on January 2, 201937 Views

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The City of Calgary and the Calgary Public Library invite Calgarians to ring in 2019 with a free New Year’s Eve celebration

The City of Calgary and the Calgary Public Library host a free New Year’s Eve celebration for the whole family. This year’s festivities include The Rumpus Room in the Municipal Building Atrium, a family dance party in the Central Library, a skating party in Olympic Plaza and the ENMAX fireworks. The events begin in the […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201841 Views

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Tina Keeper’s feature film ‘Through Black Spruce’ explores trauma, reconciliation, identity and survival – rabble.ca

December 18, 2018 Many readers will be familiar with Tina Keeper as the actor who played RCMP officer Michelle Kenedi in the CBC television series North of 60 in the 1990s. Now, she returns to the screen as producer of her first full length feature Through Black Spruce. Keeper and Don McKellar, the film’s director, […]

by ahnationtalk on December 18, 201848 Views

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Upcoming Saskatoon play a ‘live documentary’ about Gerald Stanley case – CBC

‘I hope somehow it will help,’ says Colten Boushie’s mother of the play Reasonable Doubt December 12, 2018 A surreal scene played out in a Saskatoon rehearsal room this past Sunday. Forty or so people gathered to hear a workshop reading of Reasonable Doubt, a “live documentary.” The play is about race, justice and the trial of […]

by pmnationtalk on December 12, 201850 Views

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City Announces Line-up of Winter FunDays Activities

December 10, 2018 The City of Thunder Bay is excited to announce the activity line-up for Winter FunDays, presented by 99.9 The Bay and Country 105. Winter FunDays start Sunday, Dec. 30, at Prince Arthur’s Landing and run every Sunday until March 17, 2019, from 2 pm to 4 pm unless specified otherwise. Winter FunDays […]

by pmnationtalk on December 11, 201857 Views

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Remembering Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese at launch of posthumous book – CBC

‘He opened doors for all of us who are Indigenous storytellers and writers,’ says author Monique Gray Smith Dec 09, 2018 Acclaimed Indigenous writer Richard Wagamese died at the age of 61 last year at his home in Kamloops, B.C., leaving his book Starlight unfinished. Starlight was finally released in August 2018, and a special […]

by ahnationtalk on December 10, 201833 Views

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Robert Munsch, Jay Odjick’s ‘Bear For Breakfast’ Is In English And Algonquin – HuffPost Canada

“Bear for Breakfast” hits bookstores in February. Jay Odjick is a hard man to reach. When the graphic artist is at home at the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation reserve, just outside of Maniwaki, Que., he often can’t get cell service. “In my mom’s house, you have to stand in a certain corner like ‘The […]

by ahnationtalk on December 6, 201848 Views

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RBC Taylor Prize 2019 Longlist Revealed

THE TRUSTEES of the Charles Taylor Foundation are pleased to announce that jurors Camilla Gibb, Roy MacGregor and Beverley McLachlin have named ten titles to the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize longlist. The jury noted that “We found the books breath-taking in their range of topics, and happily found so many of them serve as a useful […]

by pmnationtalk on December 5, 201860 Views

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Governor General’s Literary Awards 2018 – The Discover Blog

Each autumn at Library and Archives Canada, we celebrate the best in Canadian literature by supporting the Governor General’s Literary Awards. Begun in 1936 and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts since 1959, these awards showcase the best in the year’s literary publishing. (Conveniently just in time for holiday shopping, in case you […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201847 Views

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Waubgeshig Rice: Writing dystopia from an Indigenous perspective – rabble.ca

November 29, 2018 Author and CBC Radio host Waubgeshig Rice grew up in the community of Wasauksing First Nation on Parry Island, a swirl of land at the eastern edge of Ontario’s Georgian Bay. On August 14, 2003, Rice was there visiting his brothers when the power went out. This time, it was not the […]

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 201835 Views

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Bah Humbug! brings Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to a seasonal classic

Bah Humbug brings Downtown Eastside to a seasonal classic Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol comes to life in modern-day East Vancouver with Bah Humbug! The annual production returns to SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts for its ninth year, with evening and matinee performances from December 6-22. This year Bah Humbug! is directed by award […]

by ahnationtalk on November 27, 201860 Views

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Toronto’s New Year’s Eve celebration to take place at Nathan Phillips Square

November 26, 2018 The program for New Year’s Eve at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square was announced today and features an impressive lineup of live musical performances, DJs, fireworks and more beginning at 8 p.m. on Monday, December 31. “This free, family-friendly celebration will provide a memorable evening for Torontonians and visitors alike,” said Mayor John […]

by pmnationtalk on November 27, 201854 Views

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Media Advisory – Métis Nation of Ontario

TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2018 – On November 16, the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) and Métis communities across Ontario are commemorating Louis Riel, the Métis leader who was executed by the Canadian Government, for leading the Northwest Resistance in defense of Métis rights. The MNO is holding the provincial Louis Riel Day Ceremony at Queen’s […]

by aanationtalk on November 15, 201894 Views

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Canadore College: North Bay Film Festival to Screen Student Film Showcase

Nov 15, 2018 | Canadore College (NORTH BAY, ONT.) – Seventeen student short films and one Canadore professor’s feature film will be screened at the annual North Bay Film Festival (NBFF) this weekend. As a part of regular program delivery in the digital cinematography program, students are tasked with creating creative content over the three […]

by pmnationtalk on November 15, 201870 Views

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Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival 2K18 – Now Accepting Submissions

November 28th – December 2nd Welcome to the 17th Annual Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival, celebrating the best Indigenous Cinema from Canada and around the world! We have an exciting line up of films, special guest speakers and events planned this year, so we hope to see you all & Welcome you to the 2018 WAFF […]

by aanationtalk on November 14, 201895 Views

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Here Comes More Talent! Whistler Film Festival announces Director Masterclass with Robert Budreau and additional Content Summit and talent program guests.

Whistler, B.C. (November 13, 2018)​– With two weeks to go until show time, the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) continues to turn up the heat by announcing a second wave of established industry leaders and creators, as well as the finalists for WFF’s Power Pitch, Producers Lab, Doc Lab and MPPIA Short Film Award talent programs. […]

by ahnationtalk on November 14, 2018138 Views

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Stan Lee hoped to make Canadian set series about Indigenous cop, says producer – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Nov 12, 2018  By David Friend THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Stan Lee struggled in his final years to get broadcasters behind a Canadian-set TV series about an Indigenous cop with special powers, says a producer who teamed with the late Marvel Comics founder to help it take shape. Kevin Gillis, creator of […]

by ahnationtalk on November 13, 201856 Views

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Book it in! Finalists announced for the City’s 30th annual Book Award

November 8 2018 ​Public invited to the 2018 Book Award on December 8, 2018 Four books that each reflect Vancouver’s unique character and diverse culture have been selected as finalists for the 2018 City of Vancouver Book Award. Everyone is welcome to join the awards ceremony. The winner will be announced at the event, following […]

by ahnationtalk on November 12, 201862 Views

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Storyhive looking to fund Indigenous filmmakers – Vernon Morning Star

Storyhive calls for creators to apply for first-ever Indigenous Storyteller Edition Nov. 1, 2018 Storyhive, a funding platform supporting independent filmmakers, has launched its first-ever Indigenous Storyteller Edition. The Telus-supported platform describes the move as the beginning of a commitment to invest in the careers of Indigenous creators and help drive social change in the […]

by ahnationtalk on November 2, 201882 Views

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Film festival of the week: ImagineNATIVE – Now Toronto

The Indigenous cinema showcase kicks off on October 17 with Darlene Naponse’s Falls Around Her October 16, 2018 Hey, you know our weekly screening spotlight? Well, we’re expanding it to include film festivals, because this city has so many of those that we figured the passionate programmers deserved their say, as well. So here’s a […]

by ahnationtalk on October 16, 201866 Views

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A hit with both critics and audiences, NFB doc The Devil’s Share is available free online at NFB.ca starting October 18

October 11, 2018 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Starting October 18, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) will be streaming Luc Bourdon’s feature documentary The Devil’s Share free of charge at NFB.ca. The film is currently available in download-to-own (DTO) HD format. Produced at the NFB by Colette Loumède, the film had a remarkable world premiere at […]

by pmnationtalk on October 15, 201897 Views

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Two spirit/Indigiqueer author Joshua Whitehead makes waves with ‘Jonny Appleseed’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 4, 2018  By Victoria Ahearn THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Calgary author Joshua Whitehead says he thinks Canadian/Indigenous literature is in the midst of a major shift as his novel “Jonny Appleseed” makes waves on the book-awards circuit. On Wednesday, “Jonny Appleseed” (Arsenal Pulp Press) was named a finalist for the Governor […]

by ahnationtalk on October 4, 2018111 Views

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CBC’s Waubgeshig Rice publishes new book entitled Moon of the Crusted Snow – CBC

Latest book released this week in stores and online Oct 04, 2018 Each afternoon, you’re used to hearing him bring you stories from across northern Ontario. But now, CBC Up North host Waubgeshig Rice is sharing his own. This week, Rice published his latest novel entitled Moon of the Crusted Snow. It’s a fictional story […]

by ahnationtalk on October 4, 2018114 Views

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Cottagers and Indians to be performed at Lakeview Arts Barn – TheRecord.com

Drew Hayden Taylor play based on conflicts over wild rice harvesting on Pigeon Lake BOBCAYGEON — A play about the wild rice conflicts on Pigeon Lake, written by an author from Curve Lake First Nation, is running in Bobcaygeon at the end of the month. Cottagers and Indians is playing at Lakeview Arts Barn on […]

by ahnationtalk on October 2, 201896 Views

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First NWT film awards won as new apprenticeships announced – Cabin Radio

September 29, 2018 Lesley Johnson’s I Hold The Dehcho In My Heart won best documentary as the NWT held its first-ever film awards gala on Saturday. Johnson’s 20-minute film, also titled Sedze Tah Dehcho E’Toh and produced alongside Amos Scott, follows Indigenous students and Elders on a six-week paddle down the Mackenzie River. It was […]

by ahnationtalk on October 1, 201866 Views

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Review: New memoir maps the terrain of reconciliation – Brantford Expositor

September 28, 2018 The young Cree man walks down to the banks of the Athabasca, wades in and ceremoniously bathes his face and arms. He is thinking about his mother, the strong, passionate and deeply wounded woman he helped bury the day before. And he is reflecting about her tragic life and the way that […]

by ahnationtalk on September 28, 201884 Views

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City announces 2018 Ottawa Book Awards and Prix du livre d’Ottawa finalists

September 17, 2018 – From intense drama and captivating short stories, to riveting history and elegant poetry, this year’s finalists for the 2018 Ottawa Book Awards and Prix du livre d’Ottawa have something for everyone. The awards recognize the top English and French books published in the past year by local authors. Finalists include 15 […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 2018115 Views

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TIFF Review: ‘The Grizzlies’ – The Reel Roundup

The Grizzlies is a heartbreaking and inspirational story about the power of community and hope that tells the true story of a group of Inuit teenagers who helped turn things around in their struggling Arctic community of Kugluktuck, Nunavut, thanks to lacrosse and a passionate teacher. Directed by Miranda de Pencier, the film is breathtakingly […]

by ahnationtalk on September 19, 2018148 Views

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The Scotiabank Giller Prize Presents its 2018 Longlist

ST. JOHN’S, NL, Sept. 17, 2018 – The Scotiabank Giller Prize is pleased to announce its longlist for this year’s award. The 2017 Prize winner, Michael Redhill, announced the list during a ceremony at The Rooms in St. John’s, NL. The 12 titles were chosen from a field of 104 books submitted by publishers all […]

by aanationtalk on September 17, 2018129 Views

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TV review: Docuseries First Contact tackles anti-Indigenous racism – Now Toronto

September 17, 2018 “What do people really think of Indigenous Canadians?” seems like a reductive question, a set-up for a slew of ignorant remarks, a dashing of any hope of reconciliation between Canada and Indigenous people. Reconciliation requires that we, settlers on Turtle Island, listen rather than speak. And yet this is the line that […]

by ahnationtalk on September 17, 2018134 Views

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Optimism bias’ common cause of cost overrun: project expert on Muskrat Falls – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 17, 2018  HAPPY VALLEY GOOSE BAY, N.L. _ A public inquiry began today into the Muskrat Falls hydro megaproject in Labrador, with an expert witness providing context for common mistakes and root causes of cost overruns that affect megaprojects around the world. The massive dam and powerhouse harnessing the lower Churchill River […]

by ahnationtalk on September 17, 201890 Views

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TELUS STORYHIVE announces 30 documentary edition finalists

Congratulations to the 30 finalists selected for the 2018 documentary edition of STORYHIVE. These storytellers were awarded $50,000 to make documentaries about BC and Alberta people, places, history and culture. Projects will be featured on select TELUS platforms in summer 2019. They also receive training from NSI. The finalists are: Alberta Picture a Farmer from […]

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 2018112 Views

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Tanya Talaga: Massey Lecturer 2018 – RCI

13 September, 2018 Tanya Talaga is an award-winning journalist and the author of ‘Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City’. And now she is the 2018 Massey Lecturer in the series that the CBC has been sponsoring since 1961. Entitled “All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward” the series will […]

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 2018128 Views

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Tayari Jones and Tommy Orange among book award finalists – CP

Source: The Associated Press Sep 14, 2018  By Hillel Italie THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK _ Tayari Jones’ “An American Marriage” and Tommy Orange’s “There, There,” two of the year’s most talked-about novels, are on the fiction longlist for the National Book Awards. Other books announced Friday by the National Book Foundation include Lauren Groff’s “Florida,” Brandon […]

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 201885 Views

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Call for Submissions, sakihiwe Festival 2019 – Deadline: November 1

Aboriginal music manitoba (amm) is accepting submissions from indigenous artists for the 2019 edition of the sākihiwē festival. the festival is set for june 14-16, 2019 in winnipeg, manitoba, canada and the submission deadline is thursday, november 1, 2018 at 11:59 pm central time. all submissions must be sent online through our google form. email, fax, […]

by ahnationtalk on September 13, 2018133 Views

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Watch nêhiyawak’s Moving New Video to “page” – Exclaim

Newly signed Arts & Crafts act, nêhiyawak have emerged to share their latest single. It’s called “page,” and you can immerse yourself in the Indigenous Canadian trio’s newly shared video for the song now. The track features Marilyn Dumont reading her poem Otipemisiwak, while the trio of Kris Harper, Marek Tyler and Matthew Cardinal weave […]

by ahnationtalk on September 13, 2018106 Views

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Tanya Tagaq steps out onto an unfamiliar stage – NOW

September 12, 2018 The Toronto-based Inuk musician is uncharacteristically nervous about her literary debut, but Split Tooth will get you in the gut, heart and mind as much as her music does TANYA TAGAQ in conversation with KENT MONKMAN at Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles), Tuesday (September 25), doors 6 pm. $15. eventbrite.ca. Tanya Tagaq […]

by ahnationtalk on September 13, 2018120 Views

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Indigenous producers on using non Indigenous directors for films at TIFF – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 12, 2018 By Victoria Ahearn THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ When it came to choosing a director for her new Indigenous-focused drama “Through Black Spruce,” Cree producer-actor Tina Keeper says she felt fortunate to land Toronto filmmaker Don McKellar. Keeper says she’s known McKellar since she was young in the industry, is […]

by ahnationtalk on September 12, 2018150 Views

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Eye-Opening Show Tackles White Canadians’ Racism Toward Indigenous People – Huffington Post Canada

“A lot of the people thought it would be scary going into a First Nation. But once they arrived, they were welcomed.” “They’re angry at white people. They just always get money, and handouts,” boldly states a white woman talking about the Indigenous population in the trailer for the documentary series “First Contact.” Another woman, […]

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 2018117 Views

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First Contact: A fine, gripping journey into old and new prejudices – Globe and Mail

Today, two very great and important productions to recommend. So keep reading to the end. First, some versions of reality TV programming can have a positive impact. They can educate and open your eyes. They can change cultural and political assumptions. Even smugness can be undermined. Such is the case with the first-rate and formidably […]

by ahnationtalk on September 11, 201897 Views

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UWinnipeg’s Kevin Lamoureux in documentary “First Contact”

Kevin Lamoureux, UWinnipeg’s AVP-Indigenous Affairs, appears in the documentary “First Contact” — which airs in three parts on APTN, from September 11 – 13. The series follows a group of six Canadians on a 28-day journey that challenges their perceptions about Indigenous people. Narrated by George Stromboulopoulos, the show explores indigenous culture in Canada and […]

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 2018199 Views

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APTN’s ‘First Contact’ brings non Indigenous Canadians to Indigenous communities – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Sep 10, 2018 9:30 By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG _ Talk about a fish out of water story _ an accountant from Alberta in a sweat lodge on a reserve, an animal lover from Ontario on an Inuit seal hunt, and a lobster fisherman from New Brunswick eating dinner with a residential school survivor. […]

by pmnationtalk on September 10, 2018106 Views

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Vancouver filmmakers on display with B.C. premiere of Oscar winners Alison Snowden and David Fine’s Animal Behaviour and hometown debut of Jay Cardinal Villeneuve’s Holy Angels. Seven NFB documentary and animated films showcased at the 2018 Vancouver International Film Festival.

September 5, 2018 – Vancouver – National Film Board of Canada Works from Vancouver-based filmmakers headline a rich National Film Board of Canada (NFB) selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival (September 27–October 12), as Oscar winners Alison Snowden and David Fine’s Animal Behaviourand Jay Cardinal Villeneuve’s Holy Angels join a seven-film NFB lineup. Two NFB feature docs are also making their […]

by pmnationtalk on September 6, 2018158 Views

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