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Third annual Northern Indigenous film festival moves online! We are pleased to announce Red Snow will be kicking off the festival and playing opening night! The Weengushk International Film Festival (WIFF) is pleased to officially announce the program for our 2020 festival! For the first time, from July 9thto 12th, 2020, we will be moving...
Zhoh Daatsik Sessions: Prayer – Episode 5
This week we are presenting episode 5 in our Zhoh Daatsik Sessions – Power Composed by Wayne Lavallee, this episode features Cheri Maracle, with Amanda Lee Murrary and Mozhdah Jamalzadah. “If you can move people with a song or mood, it’s a different form of storytelling.” Cheri Maracle speaks about how music reaches people through...
The National Film Board of Canadaproudly presents The Road ForwardWritten and directed by Marie Clements Watch now on NFB.ca and NFB YouTube The Road Forward is an electrifying musical documentary that connects a pivotal moment in Canada’s civil rights history—the beginnings of Indian Nationalism in the 1930s—with the powerful momentum of First Nations activism today. Interviews and musical sequences...
Zhoh Daatsik Sessions: Power – Episode 4
This week we are presenting episode 4 in our Zhoh Daatsik Sessions – Power Composed by Wayne Lavallee, this episode is featuring Mozhdah Jamalzadah, Red Snow actress and musician. It explores the importance of speaking up for those who can’t. We get to learn about Mozhdah’s connection to the movie and why it was important...
This week we are presenting episode 3 in our Zhoh Daatsik Sessions – Walls and Halls. Composed by Wayne Lavallee, this episode is featuring Stephen Kakfwi exploring Dylan’s theme in the film Red Snow. Zhoh Daatsik Sessions are a series of 10 webisodes filmed live at Monarch Studios in Vancouver. It features musicians and vocalists...
A71 Releasing Inc. is pleased to announce the digital release of Marie Clements’ award-winning narrative feature debut RED SNOW. The film will be available for streaming and download on Apple TV beginning May 15th. Following its World Premiere screening at the Vancouver International Film Festival, a screening at the ImagineNATIVE Festival in Toronto, a robust global festival tour which continued into...