FNFVF Outdoor Screening: “Innu Nikamu: Resist and Sing”

Join us on Sunday, August 26th, 2021 at 7:30pm for our first in-person event! An outdoor screening of Kevin Bacon Hervieux’s “Innu Nikamu: Resist and Sing” a stirring documentary about dealing with the trauma of residential schools in Canada using the annual music festival.

Free and open to the public!


We will be screening at the First Nations Garden at Wilson Avenue and N. Pulaski Rid. at dusk. All Covid-19 protocols will be in place.

In collaboration with Chi-Nations Youth Council.

Siskel Center Prestents: Sky Hopinka

Join the Gene Siskel Film Center on Wednesday, April 21 at 7pm CT for an exclusive virtual chat for małni – towards the ocean, towards the shore with director Sky Hopinka, moderated by Ernest M. Whiteman III (Northern Arapaho), Director of First Nations Film and Video Festival Inc.

Then register for the free Q&A here.
 
 

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