Art and Galleries

Exhibitions

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Red Runners: The New Objectification of Native Art and Identity
June 22 - July 2, 2010
Well and Good Gallery, 52 McCaul Street, Toronto Ontario, Canada

Miroslav in Uummannaq

Synopsis: Miroslav's art exhibition in Uummannaq, Greenland

Filmmaker: Bertrand Lozay

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Year of Production:2010

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Country:Greenland

Mervi Salo

Art and work inspired by my mixed Sámi * heritage. (The Sámi are an arctic Indigenous peoples).

VISTAS - LA VISITE

Synopsis: La visite relate l'histoire vécue de l'étrange rencontre que fait une famille crie par une nuit neigeuse et d'une communication qui transcende les mots.

Filmmaker: Lisa Jackson

Contact: l'Office national du film du Canada et APTN

Producer: Selwyn Jacob

Year of Production: 2009

VISTAS - WALK-IN-THE-FOREST/VISTAS - MARCHE-DANS-LA-FORÊT

Synopsis: This whimsical animation, reminiscent of NFB classics, follows medicine man Walk-in-the-forest on a walk in the woods that leads to the discovery of an intriguing secret world.

VISTAS - THE VISIT

Synopsis: The Visit tells the true story of a Cree family's strange encounter one winter night, which results in a conversation beyond words.

Filmmaker: Lisa Jackson

Contact: National Film Board of Canada and APTN

Producer: Selwyn Jacob

Year of Production: 2009

Distributor Information: National Film Board of Canada and APTN

Country: Canada

VISTAS - RED OCHRE/VISTAS - OCRE ROUGE

Synopsis: Combining archival photos with new and found footage, Red Ochre is a personal, impressionistic rendering of what it's like growing up Mi'kmaq in Newfoundland, while living in a culture of denial.

VISTAS - LITTLE THUNDER/VISTAS - PETIT TONNERRE

Synopsis: This animated short, inspired by the Mi'kmaq legend, "The Stone Canoe" explores aboriginal humour. We follow Little Thunder as he reluctantly leaves his family and sets out on a cross-country canoe trip to become a man.

VISTAS - INUKSHOP/VISTAS - INUKSHOP

Synopsis: Inuit filmmaker Jobie Weetaluktuk mixes archival and new footage to make a statement about the appropriation of his culture throughout history.

Le cinéaste inuit Jobie Weetaluktuk combine séquences d'archives et nouvelles images pour prendre position sur les différentes formes d'appropriation de sa culture au cours de l'histoire.

Filmmaker: Jobie Weetaluktuk

VISTAS - IGNITION/VISTAS - ALLUMAGE

Synopsis: This CG-animated film evokes the experience of driving alone on an unlit rural road at night. Darkness is broken by the beam of headlights, creating dancing shadows, which obfuscate what lies beyond the road.

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