What a weekend our Red Snow team has had! Red Snow screened at the 13th annual LA Skins Fest in the infamous TCL Chinese Theatre downtown. The event was attended by director Marie Clements and producer Michelle Morris. Red Snow was also presented with the award “Best Achievement in Film” the very next day! Tantoo...
Last night, Red Snow premiered in the Northwest Territories at the Yellowknife International Film Festival. The film, which opened the 13th annual festival, was sold out, with over 100 people in attendance! The screening took place in Dettah on Chief Drygeese Territory, right where the NWT scenes were shot for the film. The audience included...
Red Snow had its U.S premiere at the American Indian Film Festival on Saturday, October 26, 2019. This weekend, AIFF hosted a Live Facebook Watch party to present festival awards. Marie Clements was presented the Best Director award for Red Snow! Red Snow was nominated in two other categories as well, including Best Film and...
Red Snow at LA Skins Film Festival
The festival tour continues! Red Snow has been announced to screen at the LA Skins Film Festival this coming November at the TCL Chinese Theatre! LA Skins Fest is a proud Native American film festival that takes place every year during the City of Los Angeles Celebration of Native American Heritage Month. They will be...
We are thrilled to announce that Red Snow is an official selection at the Yellowknife International Film Festival! The film is playing opening night on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 7pm! Following the screening will be an exclusive Q&A with cast and crew. YKIFF is one of the leading film festivals in the NWT highlighting...
VIFF 2019 Most Popular Canadian Feature We are thrilled to share some exciting news! Red Snow has won the 2019 VIFF Award for the Popular Canadian Feature. Our premiere screening to a sold out crowd, was such a memorable experience for our cast and creative team. The audience made for one of the best panels...
Red Snow Nominations American Indian Film Festival
The roots of the American Indian Film Festival stretch back to 1975 when the first American Indian Film Festival was presented in Seattle by the late Michael Smith (Fort Peck Sioux). In 1977, he relocated the festival to San Francisco where it found its permanent home. AIFI was incorporated in 1979, with the late Will...
The cast and crew, together for our big night! The night finally arrived that we have all been anxiously waiting for – our World Premiere at the 38th annual Vancouver International Film Festival. Screening at the Vancouver Playhouse theatre to a full house, the evening was an absolute success and tribute to all the hard...
Red Snow Feature – North Shore News
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Red Snow has been announced as one of the feature films at the 33rd Edmonton International Film Festival! To follow up our World Premiere at the Vancouver International Film festival, we head East one province to Edmonton Alberta this September. The list has just been released and we are thrilled to be able to share...