Culture Shifts – a New Documentary Screening Series at OCAD U


CULTURE SHIFTS – A NEW DOCUMENTARY SCREENING SERIES AT OCAD U

 
DateMonday, September 26, 2016 - 10:00pm

Location

Auditorium (Room 190), OCAD University 100 McCaul Street

CULTURE SHIFTS – A NEW DOCUMENTARY SCREENING SERIES AT OCAD U

FREE SCREENING of The Pass System

September 26th, 2016 • 6 PM

From the Northwest Resistance of 1885 and for over 60 years, the Canadian Government denied many Indigenous peoples of the prairies the basic freedom to leave their reserves, all the while knowing there was no basis in law for the policy. This investigative documentary features Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Ojibwe and Blackfoot Elders and their stories of living under and resisting the system, revealing a little-known picture of life under segregation. In Canada.

Panel discussion to follow:
Alex Williams, Director
Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair of Indigenous Visual Culture
Dr. Sherry Farrell Racette, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba

DIRECTOR Alex Williams
NARRATION Tantoo Cardinal 
EDITOR Igal Hecht 
MUSIC Cris Derksen 
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER James Cullingham

The Pass System was made with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council the Toronto Arts Council, many artist-run media arts centres across the country, as well as community supporters, and was produced in association with Tamarack Productions.

facebook.com/thepasssystem 
twitter.com/ThePassSystem
www.thepasssystem.ca

CUTURE SHIFTS  focuses on documentary media that address critical issues for Indigenous and diasporic communities. 
Sponsors:
Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University
Vtape
OCAD U Faculty of Art
OCAD U Department of Integrated Media
OCAD U's Art & Social Change



photo of a pass with text
DateMonday, September 26, 2016 - 10:00pm

Website Location

Auditorium (Room 190), OCAD University 100 McCaul Street

photo of a pass with text
Monday, September 26, 2016 - 10:00pm

CULTURE SHIFTS – A NEW DOCUMENTARY SCREENING SERIES AT OCAD U

FREE SCREENING of The Pass System

September 26th, 2016 • 6 PM

From the Northwest Resistance of 1885 and for over 60 years, the Canadian Government denied many Indigenous peoples of the prairies the basic freedom to leave their reserves, all the while knowing there was no basis in law for the policy. This investigative documentary features Cree, Saulteaux, Dene, Ojibwe and Blackfoot Elders and their stories of living under and resisting the system, revealing a little-known picture of life under segregation. In Canada.

Panel discussion to follow:
Alex Williams, Director
Ryan Rice, Delaney Chair of Indigenous Visual Culture
Dr. Sherry Farrell Racette, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba

DIRECTOR Alex Williams
NARRATION Tantoo Cardinal 
EDITOR Igal Hecht 
MUSIC Cris Derksen 
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER James Cullingham

The Pass System was made with assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council the Toronto Arts Council, many artist-run media arts centres across the country, as well as community supporters, and was produced in association with Tamarack Productions.

facebook.com/thepasssystem 
twitter.com/ThePassSystem
www.thepasssystem.ca

CUTURE SHIFTS  focuses on documentary media that address critical issues for Indigenous and diasporic communities. 
Sponsors:
Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University
Vtape
OCAD U Faculty of Art
OCAD U Department of Integrated Media
OCAD U's Art & Social Change

Venue & Address: 
Auditorium (Room 190), OCAD University 100 McCaul Street
photo of a pass with text
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