Announcement: FNFVF Fall 2020 Program (via Zoom)

The Fall 2020 First Nations Film and Video Festival takes place online November 3, 4, and 5, at 7pm each day, screening films by Native American directors.

PROGRAM 1: Tue 11.3 7pm
Sacred Connections 18:40
Shear Avory: To Be Continued 26:03
Portrait of a Zamboni Driver 10:00
Lunchtime Nightmare 3:12
A Short Film About Habits (And Breaking Them) 17:17
The Litterbug 7:15
The Talk 6:53
TOTAL PROGRAM TIME: 1:29:20

PROGRAM 2: Wed 11.4 7pm
Unboxed: The Art of Action Figure Photography 17:09
Quele Quele 59:12
TOTAL PROGRAM TIME: 1:16:21

Program 3: Thu 11.5 7pm
Stomach Of The Earth 13:15
THE SHORT CUT 10:42
Haunted Cape Breton Episode 3 19:26
They Came On Ships 04:09
TOTAL PROGRAM TIME: 47:32

Get your tickets by going to the EventBrite FNFVF Page.

Visit our SCHEDULE PAGE for a description of the films.

We look forward to seeing you there!

ALSO: We are working on an outdoor screening event. STAY TUNED!

FNFVF 2020 Summer Program! Aug 18 – 21!

Announcing the FNFVF 2020 Summer Program taking place online via Zoom August 18th through the 21st!

We will be screening selected films from the postponed Spring 2020 FNFVF.

You can get your tickets here on our FB Event page, which has a link to online ticketing. Tickets will grant you access to the different programs being offered!

Thank you for your years of support. This is our first attempt at an online program in light of the current pandemic. We hope you can help us by making it a great event.

Be well!

Ernest M Whiteman III (Northern Arapaho)
FNFVF Director

A Statement from FNFVF Inc

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Black lives matter.

Let this statement be said first and foremost.

First Nations Film and Video Festival Inc stands in support with Black Lives Matter and in support of any movement for the attainment of equality and justice for marginalized and repressed communities.

Be well. Stay safe. Keep working for justice.

With respect,

Ernest M Whiteman III (Northern Arapaho)
Director, FNFVF Inc

Board of First Nations Film and Video Festival, Inc:
BC Echohawk (Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma)
Samantha Garcia (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe)
Don Nole (Bad River Band – Chippewa)
Janie Pochel (Oji-Cree)
Christine Recloud (White Earth Ojibwe)
Winfield Woundedeye (Northern Cheyenne and Ojibwe) – FNFVF Youth Ambassador