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
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


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

Cost and Registration Information 

This event is free to attend with advance registration. Registration will open up soon.