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Please join Indigenous Film on September 13th for our virtual program of three Experimental Films: Communicating through Sound, Light & Dance followed by a live Discussion/Q&A with filmmakers, dancers, choreographers. Program details are printed below. Free, but RSVP is required to get the Zoom link.

Inter-Nation-All, directors Camille Poirier, Nicolás Aguirre. A montage of images, animation and dance choreographed by Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo (Mohawk), and featuring principal dancer Marshall Kahente Diabo, transports the viewer across continents and cultures. Music composed by Katia Makdissi-Warren and Anders Hunter (Eya-Hey Nakoda). (Oktoecho and A’nó:wara Dance Theater, 2023, 6 min.).

Savage/Future, director Terry Jones (Seneca – Wolf Clan). Editing to the soundscape of shaking Iroquois white corn and tapping, filmmaker Terry Jones uses personal and historic still images to link his family and the American Indian boarding school experience. (TornJersey Media, 2022, 3 min.).

Biolumin, a collaboration between weather beings [Victoria Hunt ((Te Arawa, Rongowhaakata, Ngāti Kahungunu, English, Irish) + Moe Clark (Métis, Norwegian, French, British)], and James Peter Brown. A journey through space and time, in underwater realms and oceanic portals where mirrored bodies spiral, suspend and dance through te reo Maori and nêhiyawêwin (Cree) lamentations. (2023, 5 min.).

Following the film, please join us for a live Zoom discussion with Camille Poirier, Nicolás Aguirre, Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo and Marshall Kahente Diabo (Inter-Nation-All); Terry Jones (Savage/Future); and
Victoria Hunt (Biolumin).Moderated by Mervyn Tano, President, IIIRM.

This event is free, but a donation of $5.00 is appreciated! Donate HERE

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Indigenous Film & Arts Festival – Experimental Films: Communicating through Sound, Light & Dance

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