Film stills, clockwise from top-left: Viceland’s RISEWhen They AwakeBirth of a Family, Angry Inuk.

Building on the Aabiziingwashi (WideAwake) initiative by Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), National Film Board (NFB) of Canada, APTN, and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, INDIGENOUS 150+ is inviting businesses and cities to sponsor INDIGENOUS 150+ events in their communities as a way to educate Canadians, build relations and connect communities. Each event shines a light on First Nations, Inuit and Métis culture, history and teachings and will be followed by an Indigenous-led conversation with local partners.

We are working with independent filmmakers as well as the NFB to offer an exciting, selection of stories and films from across the country. INDIGENOUS 150+ is a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls To Action and we aim to inspire all Canadians and businesses to find a way to respond in their own unique way.

Help keep this initiative going by donating what you can. Any amount will help and we graciously thank you for your contribution.

  • Owen Sound, ON – June 10 and July 14
  • Canmore, AB – July 24 and Oct 9
  • Blue Mountain Village, ON – August 25 & 26
  • Ottawa – OCT 2018 – Date TBC
  • St Catherines – Sept 2018 – Date TBC

MORE INFO COMING SOON!

Stay informed and up to date on upcoming screenings, media relations, and future events!

If you’d like to book or sponsor an INDIGENOUS 150+ screening or event for your community or business please send us a note with your contact details and a few details and we will be in touch. 

Phone: (647) 821-2103

Use the Contact Form Below

Indigenous 150+
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Danny Paul
(excerpt from We Were Not The Savages, 1st Edition)

 

City of Niagara Falls

City of Owen Sound

First Peoples Group

Great Lakes Métis Council

M’Wikwedong Native Cultural Centre

Planet 3 Communications Ltd.

Good Influence Films

NationTalk

National Film Board of Canada

Ontario Power Generation

(Owen Sound)

Ontario Arts Council

(alphabetical)
Don Barraclough
Guy Freedman
JoAnne Fishburn
Kahontakwas Diane Longboat
Kevin Shea

Aimée Rochard

(alphabetical)
Hollie Black
Renee Abram
Ronat John
Senator Ralph Wolf Thistle
Susan Staves
Suzanne McDonald

(alphabetical)
Gary Parker
Jennifer Brant
Joanne Smale
JoAnne Fishburn