Every year, the work of Indigenous artists of film, video, radio, and new media across the planet are celebrated during Toronto’s imagineNATIVE Film + New Media Arts Festival. Now in its thirteenth year, the festival will take place at TIFF Bell Lightbox where, in addition to the usual cinematic delights, a selection of web-based New Media will be showcased.
Featured artists include Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Archer Pechawis and Sheila Urbanoski, who will be recreating the website “Speaking the Language of Spiders,” an artistic collaboration between imagineNATIVE, the NFB, Vtape, and ITWÃ‰ will be given a sneak peak during the festival as well at VMAC Gallery, with a discussion being held at TIFF Bell Lightbox on Saturday October 20, 2012 at 10:30am. Some films featured in the Festival include Michael Melski and Hank White’s Charlie Zone, Cristian Jure and Pascual PichÃºn’s Diez Veces Venceremos, and Melissa A. Henry’s Run Red Walk. All screen as part of this year’s vast selection of shorts and feature lengths, for which you can find a complete list (including screening times) here.
When: October 17-21, 2012
Where: All over Toronto
For More Info: For more information, go to imagineNATIVE’s homepage.