A film about a group of non-aboriginal youth that travel through native Canada learning about native ways of life and Canadian identity.
RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World is multi-award winning documentary set to rewrite the history of popular music and reveal the missing chapter about the role of Native Americans.
In this feature-length documentary, Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond takes an entertaining and insightful look at the portrayal of North American Indigenous people throughout a century of cinema.
In her award-winning documentary, director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril joins a new tech-savvy generation of Inuit as they campaign to challenge long-established perceptions of seal hunting.
The film takes its title from Link Wray’s 1958 instrumental hit RUMBLE, which pioneered the use of distorted guitar and was an inspiration for countless guitar heroes.
This documentary will be shown in English at the Redpath Museum and in French at the Gault Nature Reserve on Mont Saint Hilaire.
Episode 1 of the American series entitled 500 Nations explores three early North American cultures in THE ANCESTORS.
In this film people in the Czech Republic adopt a native way of living which intrigues three elders from Manitoba.
11h30 – 12h30 in English
13h – 14h in French
All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.
Survival Workshops for McGill students and staff