Two individuals are holding hands against a sunset backdrop with a field of tall grasses. The sun is low on the horizon, silhouetting the figures and creating a warm glow that outlines their joined hands. The image captures a moment of connection or partnership in a serene, natural setting.

For the Little Girl who Dances from the South

“I will not abandon you, like the systems abandoned me.”
Knott’s powerful voice explores her relationship with her identity and culture as she blooms into who she is becoming. This film demonstrates the growing strength of Knott’s Anishnaabe identity.

PANEL: Wshkiigmong Dibaajmownan/Curve Lake Storytelling

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ReFrame Film Festival


for “SHORTS: Curve Lake Storytellers”

20-minutes prior to Showtime:

At the Market Hall Box Office

$15 or PWYC • limited to availability

Are you an In Person/Hybrid Passholder? You don’t need tickets for In Person screenings.