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Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film & Video Festival

Tantoo Cardinal (Smoke Signals, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman) has a short film being screened at the 7th Annual Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival this week. The fest takes place in Moosonee, Ontario and will feature 35 films that explore the Native American experience.

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[Hat tip Newspaper Rock]


Anonymous said...

This looks interesting! I haven't seen many films that delve into the culture of aboriginal. However I saw, Rabbit Proof Fence, a while back and loved it. Thank you for commenting over at my blog!

Anonymous said...

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Karen said...

Thanks and you're welcome! It's all about spreading movie love. And isn't Audrey Tautou a brilliant actress? If you haven't seen Amelie and A Very Long Engagement be sure to check out those.

Unknown said...

Great job with mentioning this film festival. I worked at imagineNATIVE Film Festival in '08 in Toronto and they are supporting this film festival this year - I absolutely support all of the indigenous works that are being shown all over the world. Berlinale also had 4 works that were commissioned at iN last year :D.