- Brave New River at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
- Co-presentation of Croker Island Exodus at ReelWorld Film Festival
- Calling All Indigenous Filmmakers: ShortsHD’s new First Nation Channel wants to broadcast your work!
- Saturday at imagineNATIVE – Brittany!
- Pitches, Docs and Exhibitions; Friday at imagineNATIVE! – Brittany
- systemausfall.org on The Making of SNARE
- Indigenous Tech News Roundup: Thanksgiving Edition | Global Native Networks on Calling All Indigenous Filmmakers: ShortsHD’s new First Nation Channel wants to broadcast your work!
- I heart ImagiNATIVE « Tracing Memory on Like it was Yesterday – Jesse Gouchey
- Angela on Your Courage Will Not Go Unnoticed
- Sara Roque on Your Courage Will Not Go Unnoticed
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imagineNATIVE Co-presentation If you transform the landscape, you transform the people. Massive hydroelectric projects have redefined James Bay since the 1970s, creating cultural changes and political battles for the local Cree whose lives have always been connected to … Continue reading
Saturday! Oh man, did I ever agonize over Saturday—so many amazing movies to see, and all happening at the same time! Friday night I carefully went over my program again and again, weighing my choices, trying to pick and choose … Continue reading
Hey everyone! Back again with more highlights, and do I ever have a lot of them today! Friday at the festival was JAM PACKED!
Like It Was Yesterday was a phrase we heard more than once when families talked about how they feel about losing a loved one without justice or answers. “Even though she’s been gone 10 years, it feels like it was … Continue reading
And so it begins!! Hey everyone!! I’m new to this blog, and new to Toronto, and new to the imagineNATIVE film festival, and could not be more excited to be helping out! For the past month or so, I’ve been … Continue reading
Hungry for imagineNATIVE films? In this third instalment of Programming-Team-picks, I invite you to a sampling of the smorgasbord of 2012 imagineNATIVE programming that I have personally taste-tested for you. Like food free-for-alls, I have trouble controlling myself, so please … Continue reading
It has been my absolute pleasure to work as the Volunteer Manager at imagineNATIVE for the past seven years and to meet so many passionate and dedicated volunteers.
It’s that time again! Hard to believe another year has gone by. But here we are, about to gear up for another amazing imagineNATIVE Film Festival. We’ve got a lot of great things cooked up this year, but I’m here … Continue reading
Hi everyone! It’s Jason here, and as one of the Festival’s seven programmers I’ve been asked to do something incredibly difficult for this blog: provide the very first Programmers’ Picks for this year’s Festival. Now listen, when I say I’m … Continue reading