AKI: FIVE SHORT FILMS ABOUT PLACE


Still from How to Steal a Canoe by: Amanda Strong

Aki is the Anishinaabemowin word for Land. Selected by Cara Mumford, these films connect to specific places within the territory of the Michi Saagiig (Mississauga) Nishinaabeg, highlighting that the connection we have with the land today determines the future we have tomorrow. Hosted by the Gitigaan Project.

Each outdoor screening is 30 minutes long, and will repeat from 1pm – 5pm. Prepared food by Grandfather’s Kitchen will be for sale at the site.

DATE: Sat. September 16, 2017 from 1pm – 6pm

AT: Behind Whetung Ojibwa Centre,

875 Mississauga St. Curve Lake First Nation

PRESENTED BY: ReFrame Film Festival in

conjunction with the [in]SITES series.

If you are interested in learning more about the events being presented in September and October as part of the [in]SITES series, please visit Public Energy 

NEED A RIDE?  AT 11:00 am a bus will leave Confederation Park (across from City Hall) and returns at 4:00 pm from the Pow Wow grounds.      BUS INFORMATION

 AKI BROCHURE