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imagineNATIVE Rings in 2014 with the 10th Anniversary imagineNative Film + Video Tour – Book now!

by aanationtalk on January 9, 2014625 Views


imagineNATIVE wishes all its artists, supporters and audiences a healthy, happy and creative start to the new year!

In advance of its 15th anniversary Festival on October 22-26, 2014, imagineNATIVE celebrates the 10thmilestone year of the annual imagineNATIVE Film + Video Tour.

Launched in 2005, imagineNATIVE’s celebrated film and video programming travels each winter to primarily remote and northern communities across Ontario. The Tour offers these communities access to works made by Indigenous artists that reflect and celebrate Indigenous storytelling and culture. In 2011, the Tour expanded into southern Ontario and added to its offerings the highly successful youth video-making workshop series.

To date, the imagineNATIVE Film + Video Tour has screened to over 30 different communities, 10,000 audience members and created more than 60 videos by youth from across the province, including the 2013 international award-winning film My Story by Shania Tabobundung.

In its 10th Anniversary year, imagineNATIVE is offering three exciting film programmes covering new and past groundbreaking works:

  • Youth Shorts Programme, 40 min.

Aimed at youth 10 years and up, this collection of diverse stories, told by or about youth, offers personal, traditional, comedic and inspiring perspectives from Canadian Indigenous artists.

  • Festival Award Winners Shorts Programme (14+), 81 min

This shorts programme offers award winning drama, comedy and documentary works on themes of survival, strength and perseverance.

  • 2014 Feature Film Programme, 105 min

This programme offers two short films and a feature film creatively and dramatically telling and reflecting the impact of Residential Schools on Indigenous people in Canada.

Community and school bookings are now being reserved! Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to engage your community members and youth with the best in Canadian-made Indigenous films! Discount opportunities are available for multiple bookings. To book or enquire about program details, please contact Tour Coordinator Lindsay Monture at 416-585-2333 or email

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