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Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival

*The event has already taken place on this date: Sun, 04/25/2021
The Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival (April 19-25) serves as the premier showcase and network for filmmakers, writers, directors, producers, and actors all across the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. The public is invited to participate in seven days of virtual screenings and panel discussions. More than two dozen films on a wide variety of topics will be featured in the first-ever Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival (virtual), a collaboration between Friends of Ganondagan and Rematriation Magazine.

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Passes are available now at: https://bit.ly/3dh93bx. Films will be premiered live throughout the week; pass holders will have on-demand access to all featured films until May 1.

The festival presents 26 films in four categories, including five special one-minute shorts from Rematriation Magazine’s “Indigenous Women’s Voices Series”:

  • Classics (older than two years) 
  • Contemporary (less than two years old)
  • Women Filmmakers 
  • Traditional Language

Three panel discussions take place on April 22, 24, and 25 with these diverse topics: Which Side of the Camera: the Power of Telling our Stories or Having Them Told for Us; Rematriating the Narrative—the special showcase of 1-minute shorts from an Indigenous women's filmmaking workshop held by Rematriation Magazine and the Shine Network—and Tech and the Future of Indigenous Storytelling.

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Contact name: 
Haudnosaunee Filmmakers Festival
The event has already taken place on this date: 
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Free; donations appreciated!


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