Mar 21, 2018
The Manitoba Association for Rights & Liberties is hosting a Human Rights Film Festival this Saturday, March 24 at Gas Station Arts Centre (447 River Ave)!
This year’s program will feature three films from the Winnipeg Film Group distribution catalogue. The “Journey through Generations: Indigenous Voices” program, screening from 3:30-5pm on Saturday, features Amanda Strong’s Four Faces of the Moon, Sonya Ballantyne’s Nosisim, and Charlene Moore’s Moccasin Stories. Both Sonya and Charlene will be in attendance for a panel discussion.
Tickets are by donation, though no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
A note from the festival organizers:
“Join us for the 8th Annual MARL Human Rights Film Festival! Film is a powerful tool that can help spark public education, build collective understanding of inequity and discrimination, and create community dialogue about human rights issues locally and globally.
This year’s MARL Human Rights Film Festival will connect the films we’re watching to local resources and groups that are taking action for equity and justice.”
For more information and the entire program, visit the Facebook event.
To learn more about the films in the WFG collection, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-925-FILM x 103 or 105.