Programs

Saugeen First Nation



Friday, July 20
IT TAKES A COMMUNITY
Program by Adrian Kahgee with Saugeen Youth
9:15pm | Sauble Beach near the Red Road Café
With Shirley John, Elder
All ages
DRIVING FORWARD by Edmond Collin
MALSEM by Jesse Martin    
MY FATHERS TOOLS by Heather Condo  
WHEN I WAS YOUNG by Dawnae Francois 
DON’T BE AFRAID TO HIT THE ICE by Shayden Decoursay 
INDIAN GIRLS by Equipe du Wapikoni Mobile 
TRADITIONAL HEALING by Raymond Caplin
THE GIRL BEHIND THE CAMERA” by Sarah McPherson 
SAUGEEN TAKES ON FILM by Saugeen First Nation Community Members 
WALKING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF OUR ANCESTORS by Sage & Sea Co.



Saturday, July 21st
New Media Encounters
Program by Caroline Klimek
6:30pm | James Mason Centre
Free program.
All ages
Virtual Reality Projects
Blueberry Pie Under A Martian Sky by Scott Benesiinaabandan
The Hunt by Danis Goulet
Highway of Tears by Lisa Jackson
A Tribe Called Red: Indian City 360 by Jon Riera 
Polarman by Ryan Oliver 

Interactive Documentary
The World in Ten Blocks by Marc Serpa Franceour and Robinder Uppal



Saturday, July 21st
Where Does Art Begin?
Directed by Muriel Miguel. Produced by Aanmitaagzi,
Co-Artistic directors: Penny Couchie and Sid Bobb
9:30pm | Saugeen Amphitheatre
Where Does Art Begin is a new production that springs forth from Serpent People, a multi-year project of gathering, dreaming and making. What is art and what is a way of life? Where does one end and the other begin? Engage with the installation and with the performance!
All ages



Durham



Thursday, July 26
It’s 2018! (and other calendar years)
Program by Rebeka Tabobondung
9:30pm | Durham Conservation Area Activity Centre
Followed by Q and A.
All ages
GAA-ONDINANG DAKWAANOWED MAKWA/ How the Bear Got a Short Tail
Directed by Elizabeth Day, written by Anna Gibbs, produced by Heid E. Erdrich for Wiigwaas Press/Birchbark House. Animated by Jonathan Thunder. 2015.

Babakiueria
An awesome satirical take on race relations in Australia from the 1980s.

The Ballad of Crowfoot by Willie Dunn 
This short film examines the situation of Aboriginal people in North America through the figure of Crowfoot, the legendary 19th-century Blackfoot leader of the Plains.

Rooster Rock - The Story of Serpent River by Bonnie Devine and Rebecca Garrett

Totem by Travis Shilling









Friday, July 27 & Saturday, July 28th
New Media Encounters
Program by Caroline Klimek
10am-2pm | West Grey Library, Durham
Virtual Reality Projects
Blueberry Pie Under A Martian Sky by Scott Benesiinaabandan
The Hunt by Danis Goulet
Highway of Tears by Lisa Jackson
A Tribe Called Red: Indian City 360 by Jon Riera 
Polarman by Ryan Oliver 

Interactive Documentary
The World in Ten Blocks by Marc Serpa Franceour and Robinder Uppal



Saturday, July 28
This is (Not) a True Story
Program by without a name (aka Jaclyn Quaresma and Elijah Lin)
1:00pm | Spruce Ridge Community School
All Ages
Big Mouth by Andrea Dorfman
Triange_Triade by Jerome Havre, Cauleen Smith, Camille Turner 
How Dinosaurs Learned to Fly by Munro Ferguson 
Three Thousand by Asinnajaq 
The Visit by Lisa Jackson
Tracking Sasquatch (field report #1)  and Tracking Sasquatch (field report #3) by Christina Battle
Resurgo! by Amanda Dawn 
Do Good by Alison S.M Kobayashi 
Git Gob by Philip Eddolls 
Cave Small Cave Big by Joele Walinga 









Saturday, July 28
North
Program by Corinna Ghaznavi
8:00pm | Durham Arena
Dinner and Projection.
$5 Film only. $15 with Dinner.
Licensed event
Peter Clarkson, End of the Ice Age, 2017, documentary, NWT 
Michelle Latimer, Nuuca, 2017, documentary 
Caroline Monnet, Creatura Dada, 2016, experimental 
Lulu Keating, Snake Hips Lulu, 2017, documentary, Yukon 
Terril Calder, Keewaydah (Lets Go Home), 2017, animation
Dan Sokolowski, Pond, 2018, live action and animation 
Krista Davis, I Buck You Stack, 2017, experimental, Yukon 
Karen Pinette Fontaine, Battles, 2017, drama 
Peter Menzies, Jay Armitage, Dawg Gone Cold, 2017, animation, Yukon 
Marty O’Brien, Camera Trap, 2017, documentary, Yukon



Sunday, July 29th
Motel
Program by Jesse McCracken
1:00pm | The Garafraxa Café
Co-presentation with the South Grey.
Feature film by Grey Highlands resident, Jesse McCracken, in partnership with the South Grey Museum
As Niagara Falls transformed from honeymoon capital of the world to Las Vegas North, corporate hotel chains and casinos cast a long shadow over the independent motels that once populated the town. The Continental survived the transition by converting its rooms into affordable housing units, becoming a home for those with few places to go. The night manager, Brian, once a freelance photographer who survived the horrors of war in Vietnam, shares his duties with his colleague Linda. Together they manage both the Continental and the individual struggles of its tenants, providing more than a roof over the heads of those who live under their supervision. Bringing a fresh focus to one of the most photographed places on Earth, director and cinematographer Jesse McCracken develops an intimate and caring portrait of the residents of this modest micro-community set against the backdrop of neon-lit tourist attractions.