EVENTS + SCREENINGS

 
 
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NATIVE - INDIGENOUS CINEMA HAPPY HOUR

Friday February 16, 6 - 7pm | Martin-Gropius-Bau Stand No. G6

Accredited guests are invited to a Happy Hour at Stand Number G6 at the Martin-Gropius-Bau to celebrate NATIVe – Indigenous Cinema at the EFM. Drinks and snacks will be served.  Only guests accredited to enter the EFM will be allowed entry. 


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2167 : AN INDIGENOUS VR EXPERIENCE

Daily Feb 15 - Feb 20, 3 to 5pm | Canada Pavilion | Stand No. 129  |  Location: MGB

Feb 18, 11am | VR Screening @ Marriott

imagineNATIVE + Telefilm Canada invite you to program the future.

2167 is an innovative virtual reality and immersive media project. Four Indigenous filmmakers and artists create VR works envisioning life on in North America 150 years in the future.

A presentation partnership with:

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KAYAK TO KLEMTU

EFM SCREENINGS

Thursday February 15 / 6:15pm / Cinestar 6
Sunday February 18 / 1:15pm / Cinemaxx 1

D: ZOE HOPKINS | CANADA | 2017 | 92 MIN | DRAMA, COMING-OF-AGE | ENGLISH

14-year-old Ella is determined to travel the length of the Inside Passage, along the shores of the Great Bear Rainforest by kayak in order to testify against a proposed pipeline that would see oil tanker traffic through her home.

Awards: Air Canada Audience Choice Award - imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival 2017

Status: Complete
Rights Sold: None

ON-SITE EFM QUERIES
Ethan Lazar | Executive Producer | Scythia Films
ehlazar@gmail.com | +1.516.459.3183

In Partnership with:

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NATIVE Talk: ESTABLISHING INDIGENOUS CINEMA

Tuesday, February 20, 3:00–4:30 pm 

Moderation: Jason Ryle, Artistic Director, imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (Toronto)

This industry panel features Indigenous film professionals alongside representatives of national film institutions, who will discuss the rising influence of Indigenous cinema within the global film scene. They elaborate on successful initiatives, funding, production and business opportunities, and outline future requirements to further production success and distribution possibilities. The event is followed by a screening of ‘Reel Kanata VI’, a collection of six short films curated by imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival with support from Vtape. The selection presents leading artistic visions in experimental, drama and documentary work made by outstanding Indigenous film-makers in Canada.

Panelists:

Ryan Kampe | President | Visit Films

Élise Labbe | Distribution/Theatrical | National Film Board of Canada

Emile Peronard | Producer |

 

INFO: The screening takes place at the Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17,

S/U “Potsdamer Platz”. ADMISSION IS FREE. Please arrive early to allow for sufficient

time for Embassy security screening and be prepared to present valid photo identification

at the door.


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REEL KANATA VI: INDIGENOUS SHORTS FROM CANADA

Tuesday, February 20, 4:30–5:30 pm | Embassy of Canada - Leipziger Platz 17

A curated collection of 7 short films curated by the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Fesitval that present leading artistic visions in experimental, drama and documentary work made by leading Indigenous filmmakers in Canada. In co-operation with the Embassy of Canada and in partnership with Vtape.

INFOR: The screening takes place at the Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17,

S/U “Potsdamer Platz”. ADMISSION IS FREE. Please arrive early to allow for sufficient

time for Embassy security screening and be prepared to present valid photo identification

at the door.