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Anishinaabe writer Waubgeshig Rice hopes popular novel will be adapted for the screen – APTN News

‘If there are filmmakers who believe it can sit well on the screen then I am totally into that.’ May 26, 2020 Some have called Moon of the Crusted Snow the perfect book for the times we’re in. The novel was released in 2018 to critical praise but it has seen a resurgence during the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 27, 20208 Views

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imagineNATIVE June Programming

Celebrate National Indigenous History Month with imagineNATIVE! Join us every Thursday of the month, beginning on June 4th, to watch, discuss, and get inspired by the work of Indigenous filmmakers, both on and off the screen. Gather in the telling Storytelling is an act of sharing the spirit of the community. From the moving images […]

by ahnationtalk on May 26, 20209 Views

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Red Snow – New Indigenous movie available to Rent/Buy Now!

Winner of the most popular Canadian feature at the 2019 Vancouver International Film Festival, Red Snow, written and directed by Canadian Métis director Marie Clemens is now available to rent and buy! Red Snow began as a dramatic feature film conceived by Canadian Metis artist Marie Clements. After winning the Women In the Director’s Chair […]

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YTV marks the United Nations’ World Environment Day with inspiring new Corus Kids Original, CitizenKid: Earth Comes First

Climate Change Documentary Inspired by the CitizenKid Book Collection from Kids Can Press Join the Virtual Movement! Canadians Can Show Their Commitment to Tackling Climate Change by Posting an #EarthComesFirst Pledge on Social Media Watch the Brand New Trailer for a First Look at the Special For additional photography and press kit material visit: www.corusent.com […]

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Mi’gmaw director says film industry making slow, reluctant steps towards supporting Indigenous filmmakers – APTN News

May 12, 2020 ‘The kind of attention we get as Native filmmakers should be reflected in the budgets that we get’ Celebrated Mi’gmaw filmmaker, Jeff Barnaby believes the Canadian film industry is making “slow but albeit reluctant” steps towards supporting Indigenous filmmakers. “It’s a bittersweet industry for me because on one hand it allows me […]

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Blood Quantum’s Jeff Barnaby on the history and horror of his Indigenous zombie movie: ‘I feel like I barely got out of this one alive’ – The Globe and Mail

A world-decimating zombie apocalypse has sprung forth, infecting the land’s inhabitants and rendering them undead. All, that is, except for its Indigenous peoples. In writer-director Jeff Barnaby’s sophomore feature, Blood Quantum, an isolated Mi’kmaq reserve is the setting for an indisputable return to the zombie genre’s unmistakably political roots. Akin to Barnaby’s rich debut feature, […]

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“Wâhkôhtowin is like ‘love thy neighbour’ on steroids”: Author Jesse Thistle on the Indigenous teaching… – Toronto Life

April 25, 2020 “Wâhkôhtowin is like ‘love thy neighbour’ on steroids”: Author Jesse Thistle on the Indigenous teaching that’s getting him through the misery of social distancing It’s only been a few weeks since the lockdown began, but I can hardly remember a time when I could see my friends, eat at a restaurant or […]

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Dozens of Additional Canadian Artists, Athletes, and Icons Announced for Historic STRONGER TOGETHER, TOUS ENSEMBLE Broadcast this Sunday

April 23rd, 2020 – Justin Bieber, Mike Myers, Ryan Reynolds, Serge Ibaka, Avril Lavigne, Kiefer Sutherland, Geddy Lee, Dallas Green, Morgan Rielly, Dan & Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara & Annie Murphy, David Foster, Robbie Robertson, Charlotte Cardin, Burton Cummings, and Cirque du Soleil confirmed to appear in biggest multi-platform broadcast event in Canadian history – […]

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STRONGER TOGETHER, TOUS ENSEMBLE Extends to 90 Minutes as New Broadcasters Join the Largest Single-Show Broadcast Event in Canadian History

Ten new broadcasters welcomed to the all-Canadian broadcast – – The historic event now begins at 6:30 p.m. across all markets / 7 p.m. NT on Sunday on 120 platforms – TORONTO (April 22, 2020) – After incredible response and interest, the previously announced all-Canadian special, STRONGER TOGETHER, TOUS ENSEMBLE, has been extended to a […]

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New U of G Environmental Institute Funding Eight Research Projects

April 21, 2020 With Earth Day approaching, the University of Guelph’s new Guelph Institute for Environmental Research (GIER) is announcing its first round of funding towards eight diverse research projects, all aimed at solving global environmental problems. GIER is providing $111,000 through its Small Grants Program towards research projects ranging from green approaches to removing […]

by ahnationtalk on April 21, 202026 Views

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