Weekly Indigenous Film Series: A series of short films by Wapikoni Mobile


Location: EDU-233

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Weekly Indigenous Film Series will screen a series of short films by Wapikoni Mobile, on the subject of Canada's Indian Residential schools, including: 

  • The Lost Children
  • Residential School Syndrome
  • Uprooted Generation
  • Kokom
  • The Amendment
  • The Tonsure

About Wapikoni Mobile

Wapikoni Mobile is a travelling audiovisual and musical creation studio dedicated to Indigenous youth. Since 2004, Wapikoni has visited over 67 communities and accompanied 4,600 participants who worked to direct 1,000 short films translated into several languages. These films have received 151 awards and honours at national and international festivals.

McGill's Faculty of Education and The P. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education and the Arts present the 2017 season of the Weekly Indigenous Film Series, facilitated by Lori Beavis and supported by McGill's Department of Integrated Studies in Education and the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being (IHDW).

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