TINY BUDDING FILMMAKER/ACTRESS
Check out SWFF sponsor/NBFC Alumni Greg Hemmings' daughter Kaiya Hemmings; a budding actress and filmmaker! - Her YouTube channel is www.heartfun.ca
This small self-actualized creative person is selling t-shirts at www.heartfun.org to raise money for food banks. Christmas gifts that spread love and inclusion, can't beat that!
YouTube channel: www.heartfun.ca
T-shirts can be bought at http://heartfun.org/
FRICTIVE PICTURES TAKES OVER THE FESTIVAL CIRCUIT!
R. W. Gray's 3 Cafes will be having its USA Premiere this Friday night at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival. His film Choke Hold is also an official selection at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival this weekend! It's going to be a great festival!
Amy Bourgaize's Chiaroscuro is also an official selection at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival this weekend and is nominated for an award for Best Screenplay!
The Beautifully Drowned is having its USA premiere at the Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival this weekend and is nominated for six awards! That's four Frictive films at the festival this year and 7 nominations! It's going to be a crazy fun weekend.
NB FILM CO-OP MEMBER HIRED BY NB FILM COMPANY
Congratulations to NB Film Co-op member Jared Carney who was recently hired by Film Co-op members Tim Rayne and Arthur Thomson to help them creatively at their film compamy RayneMaker Productions!
SIGN UP FOR THIS UNB COURSE - DANCE ON FILM & VIDEO
This will be a fun and interactive course at UNB. Students interested in film studies, performance studies and culture will especially appreciate it.
The course will be offered in January 2017. Students do not need any prerequisite, and no dance background required.
Students with some film production background would be most welcome to join the class as well.
All the best,
CINEMA POLITICA FREDERICTON PRESENTS INUIT CREE RECONCILIATION
Fri, Dec. 2: Cinema Politica Fredericton presents INUIT CREE RECONCILIATION.
On Friday, Dec. 2:., at 7:00 pm at Conserver House, 180 Saint John St., Fredericton, Cinema Politica Fredericton presents "INUIT CREE RECONCILIATION" (Kunuk & Diamond/Canada/2013/46'')
In this documentary, prize-winning filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk and Neil Diamond (director of "Reel Injun") team up to research the events and historical impacts of an 18th century war between Inuit and Cree in Northern Québec. In the summer of 2011, the filmmakers interview Inuit and Cree Elders in the side-by-side communities of Kuujjuarapik and Whapmagootsui in an attempt to better understand the long and bloody conflict between the two nations and its impact on people today.
This film is screened as part of the First Peoples, First Screens initiative by Cinema Politica that showcases contemporary Indigenous political film-making from across Canada. This film is part of the "Histories Reclaimed" series and will be followed by 3 short films.
This screening is cosponsored by UNB's Mi'kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre and David Perley, the centre's director, will be in attendance to moderate the optional discussion after the film.
Everyone welcome. Films are free but donations welcome.
Film information (sorry, no trailer available):
Please note: the screening room is wheelchair accessible but the washrooms are up the stairs.
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