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Film and Video Through an Indigenous Lens

EVT374637

Sat Feb 23, 2019
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
180 mins

Presented in partnership with the Office of Continuing Studies, OCAD University, this lecture introduces a range of Indigenous film and video produced in Canada, and explores how Indigenous filmmakers engage with strategies of colonization/decolonization, cultural revitalization, and storytelling.

Topics include visual culture, representation, sovereignty, human rights, land rights, language, spirituality, sexuality, and gender.

Presented by Pamela Matthews, an award-winning Indigenous filmmaker, screenwriter, actor, and educator, with more than twenty-five years of industry experience. She has worked with the ImagineNative Film Festival, the Reel World Film Festival, and the American Indian Film Institute. Pamela holds an MFA in film production from York University.

Presented by Society and Recreation Department.

Free program.
No registration required. Drop in.

Series

Indigenous

Audiences

Adult

Categories

Culture Arts & Entertainment