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North of 60, Rez Dogs and Smoke Signals: Indigenous film put InFocus – APTN News

Jan 25, 2023 This week on InFocus we’re looking at Indigenous films and the actors who make the magic work. Who is your favorite actor? There are many to choose from – Tantoo Cardinal, to Graham Green to Adam Beach. And on the big screen or your TV screen – and films and shows like […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 202338 Views

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RMWB – It’s Time to Read Book Club begins 2023 with bestselling memoir: In My Own Moccasins

January 23, 2023 Join the It’s Time to Read Book Club as it explores In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience, Helen Knott’s fearless account of addiction, intergenerational trauma, and the wounds brought on by sexual violence. First published in 2019, the national bestseller was longlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize, and won the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 202343 Views

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Gripping Four-Part Crave Original Investigative Docuseries, THUNDER BAY, Premieres February 17

(TORONTO) January 19, 2023 – Crave announced today that its new, four-part original gripping investigative docuseries, THUNDER BAY, premieres on Friday, Feb. 17, and is available to audiences in both English and French. The series is produced, written, and co-directed by Anishinaabe journalist Ryan McMahon, who is on a quest to uncover the truth behind […]

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 202387 Views

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Canada Reads winner Michelle Good to publish essay collection on Indigenous experiences in Canada – CBC

Jan 16, 2023 Truth Telling: Seven Conversations about Indigenous Life in Canada will be available on May 30, 2023 Canada Reads-winning author Michelle Good is back, with another book reflecting on the Indigenous experiences in Canada. Her next book is a collection of essays titled Truth Telling: Seven Conversations about Indigenous Life in Canada. Truth Telling is […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 202391 Views

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Behind-the-scenes of Canadian Indigenous drama ‘Rosie’ – Global News

January 10 2023 After a successful theatrical run ‘Rosie’ will launch on all video-on-demand platforms at the end of January. Director Gail Maurice and producer/actor Melanie Bray chat about the road to making the queer Indigenous film and the praise its garnered at TIFF. Read More: https://globalnews.ca/video/9399459/behind-the-scenes-of-canadian-indigenous-drama-rosie/

by ahnationtalk on January 10, 202337 Views

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Indigenous artist adds their unique voice to reconciliation in one-person show – Global News

January 5, 2023 Madeline Terbasket is adding their unique voice and perspective to the conversation about reconciliation through the arts. The Penticton, B.C.-based artist is a Syilx, Ho-chunk and Anishinaabe creative that uses song, poetry and humour to put a modern twist on traditional storytelling. “My mom used to tell me the stories growing up […]

by ahnationtalk on January 5, 202350 Views

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Top PEI library picks for 2022

Jan 4, 2023 This past year was an exciting year for PEI Public Library Services. The new Charlottetown Library Learning Centre opened, hours expanded at Kensington Heritage Library, the Library of Things collection grew significantly, and Islanders borrowed over a half million items from the library system. Taking top spot as the most borrowed book […]

by ahnationtalk on January 4, 202324 Views

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B.C. family represents their Indigenous heritage on Family Feud Canada – The Free Press

Dec. 16, 2022 Best part of experience was ‘joking around with Gerry Dee’ — contestant Sheryl Thompson and her family have always joked about going on a show like Family Feud Canada. The thing is, she’s not the kind of person to not follow through on an idea like that. “I’m the type of person […]

by ahnationtalk on December 16, 202256 Views

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Indigenous Actors Roundtable: “Audiences Were Ready to Hear Our Stories Told By Us” (Video) – MediaVillage

November 22, 2022 In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we are thrilled to welcome a wonderful panel of actors from the Indigenous community for a special roundtable discussion. Joining us are Sarah Podemski (Reservation Dogs, Resident Alien), Jeremiah Bitsui (Better Call Saul, Dark Winds) and Dallas Goldtooth (Reservation Dogs, Rutherford Falls). These stage and […]

by ahnationtalk on November 22, 202247 Views

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Modern horror and Inuit storytelling blended in new book – Nunatsiaq News

Nov 14, 2022 ‘The Other Ones’ is debut novel for author Jamesie Fournier For author Jamesie Fournier, Inuit stories have always been a great pathway into the horror genre. “It can be very dark,” he said. “There is a lot of macabre to go along with it.” The dark elements of Inuit fairytales are on […]

by ahnationtalk on November 14, 202269 Views

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