Every action has a response that can leave a deep impact. This collection of short films explores the connections between our actions and the impacts they make on the lives of others, and ourselves. Whether misguided, innocent, violent, or whimsical, the cause most certainly does have an affect.
Gallery TPW and the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival are pleased to co-present a screening of Coney Island Baby featuring a live score by musician Chandra Melting Tallow. Having composed the original score for the collaborative film, Melting Tallow will perform a new live electronic soundscape to accompany the screening.
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Filled with drama, humour, and beautiful storytelling, Toyon Kyyl is the latest dramatic film from the Sakha Republic which has emerged as a hotbed of independent - and Indigenous - filmmaking in Russia. With a 100% Indigenous cast and crew, Toyon Kyyl is a remarkable achievement and recently won the top film prize at the Moscow International Film Festival.
Join Alanis Obomsawin for a compelling discussion on her perspectives on the current state of Indigenous screen production and what she envisions and hopes for the future. This panel will feature a sneak peek at her documentary currently in production.
Join a selection of attending digital media artists as they present and discuss their programmed works. Each day we will present a different selection of artists so there’s always something new to see and hear.
Community is a central part of Indigenous values. From births to deaths, our communities - made up of our families, friends, and ancestors - are the foundations for getting through the most treasured (and sometimes difficult) events in life. The films in this program trace the milestones that make us who we are, leaving a legacy for the future.