Category: ImagineNATIVE

ImagineNATIVE 2016 Review: Bonfire

In a Yakut village in the Sakha Republic of Russia, Ignat lives a simple life with his son. However, when his son kills another man in a drunken accident, he’s taken away and Ignat’s simple life is ruined. Saddened...

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ImagineNATIVE 2016 Review: Born to Dance

For Tu (Tia-Tahoroa Maipi), dance is his ticket away from a life in the army. When K-Crew, the country’s premier dance group, puts out an open call for new members, Tu jumps at the chance of stardom. If you’ve seen...

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imagineNATIVE 2016 Review: Angry Inuk

Since the 1960s, animal rights organizations have effectively argued against the commercial seal hunt, crippling the once-thriving industry through advertising campaigns and the implementation of trade bans. Angry Inuk is...

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ImagineNATIVE 2015 Review: Prison Songs

Prison Songs is something you’ve likely never seen before and will want to see more of going forward. It’s, as the title vaguely suggests, a musical documentary featuring real-life inmates at an Australian prison. Taking place...

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ImagineNATIVE 2015 Review: Ellos Sápmi

Norwegian history comes to life in the funny, quirky short Ellos Sápmi. Telling the real-life story of the formation of Norway’s first Sámi Parliament, it follows a womanizing leader who is robbed of his control and eventually...

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