FNFVF: “#stillhere," "Nothing about Moccasins" and "Jane and the Wolf" | Newberry

FNFVF: “#stillhere," "Nothing about Moccasins" and "Jane and the Wolf"

Saturday, March 9, 2019

1 pm to 4 pm

Rettinger Hall

D'Arcy McNickle and First Nations Film and Video Festival
Free to attend with advance registration
Open to the Public
Center for American Indian Studies Programs

#stillhere, Directed by Desmond Hessing (Oklahoma Choctaw)

Short Video Art piece which challenges traditional representations of Indigenous people as being trapped in the

past.

Run time: 1 minute 20 seconds

Nothing about Moccasins, Directed by Eden Mallina Awashish

Sometimes some stories aren’t meant to be captured on film or shared with the whole world

Run time: 5 minutes

Jane and the Wolf, Directed by Nadine Arpin and Rachel Garrick

“In the 1960s, Pagwa River was a booming railroad town populated by second generation Crees. During one

cold winter, the community was being stalked by a lone wolf. Every attempt to kill the wolf failed. Jane

recognized the wolf as a spirit sign from the ancestors. Ridiculed for her beliefs, Jane set out alone to kill the

wolf using the old ways.”

Run time: 10 minutes

Download a PDF flyer for the film series, to post and distribute.

Cost and Registration Information 

This event is free to attend with advance registration. Please click this link to register.

Questions? Contact us at mcnickle@newberry.org.