Screening of Highway of Tears
March 29th at Wenjack Theater
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Screening is being opened with a prayer by Anishinaabe Elder Edna Manitowabi
Q&A and panel discussion after screening (Film Runtime: 76 min)
Filmmaker Matt Smiley in Attendance
For driving directions to Otonabee College (the building Wenjack Theater is located in), please click the link below.
For walking directions from the Westbank/ Bata Library please click the link below.
In support of Families of Sisters in Spirit, a volunteer, grassroots, non-profit organization led by families of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.
In Canada, over 600 Aboriginal women have been reported missing or been murdered since the 1960s. Viewers will discover what the effects of generational poverty, residential schools, systemic violence, and high unemployment rates have done to First Nations reserves and how they tie in with the missing and murdered women in the Highway of Tears cases. Aboriginal women are considered abject victims of violence.
Now find out what First Nations leaders are doing to try and swing the pendulum in the other direction.
ReFrame 2015 Gallery – photo credit Natelie Herault
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Introducing the Reach campaign, the ReFrame Film Festival’s fundraising effort that aims to strengthen the long term sustainability of this beloved event.
As many of you know, this festival has undergone significant growth since first launching in 2004. Now, we reach out to our community with the hope that your generous contributions can help us continue to stage this cherished mid-winter festival.
Together, we can Reach for ReFrame!