The WFG’s Distribution Department is happy to announce that four films from our collection will be screening at the 2015 Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival:
by Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Amanda Strong
8:09 | 2015 | Animation
Transformed into a salmon, an Indigenous street artist travels through decayed urban landscapes to the forests of long ago, in this sublime mixed animation.
by James McLellan, featuring Métis actress Jennifer Pudavick
11:52 | 2014 | Narrative/Fiction
Every film about the past is a story about the present and a window into the future.
A Right to Eat
Directed by Janelle Wookey & Jérémie Wookey
48:47 | 2015 | Documentary
A deeply intimate look at the frightening realities of food insecurity in First Nations communities.
Directed by Sam Karney, created with Métis poet Katherena Vermette
2:42 | 2015 | Documentary
A place called home, a North End poem.
The 14th Annual WAFF is being held November 18-22nd, 2015 at the Bandwidth Theatre at 585 Ellice at Sherbrook. Films, workshops and social events!
For more information on this screening or the films please contact:
Niki Little, Distribution Coordinator
204-925-3456 x 105 | email@example.com