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Indigenous Film Festival Night Three: Kayak to Klemtu

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Room: Gordon Vogt Film Screening Room
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Part of the Ka’tarohkwi Festival of Indigenous Arts, curated by Dylan Robinson

When Dave Ellis (Evan Adams), a prominent Kitasoo/Xai'Xais, activist passes away, his 14 year-old nice Ella (Ta'Kaiya Blaney) stands in his place to protest a proposed pipeline. It's a race against the clock, as the four paddle to make the community gathering in time for Ella to give the speech of her life, stressing the importance of protecting our of lands for generations to come. 

General Public: $12
Students: $5
Queen’s Faculty/Staff: $8

FILM PASS (all 4 film nights):
General public: $40
Students: $10
Queen's faculty/staff: $28

Festival Films:
Indian Horse, February 12
An Evening of Indigenous Short Films, February 27
Kayak to Klemtu, March 13
Films by Lisa Jackson, March 26

Outstanding and original new work by Indigenous artists inspired by the knowledge and creative practice of hundreds of generations. Artists from across Turtle Island will gather to share the vibrant present and futures of Indigenous cultural resurgence. Curated by Dylan Robinson.

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