IMAGeNation 5th ANNUAL ABORIGINAL FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL
- IMAGeNation 5th ANNUAL ABORIGINAL FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL
November 7-10, 2002
IMAGe-the Indigenous Media Arts Group presents the 5th annual
IMAGeNation Aboriginal Film and Video Festival, November 7-10 in
The festival promotes the works of First Nations media makers.
IMAGe NATION supports the philosophy of cultural autonomy and self-
representation through the practice of the media arts and dialogue.
IMAG organizes traveling festivals, workshops, training, media
literacy workshops and advocacy. The festival is organized by
Arlene Bowman, Dana Claxton, and Cleo Reece.
WANTED - - - ABORIGINAL FILMS AND VIDEOS OF ALL GENRES
Deadline is August 31st. Our online form is available at our
website <http://www.imag-nation.com> www.imag-nation.com. Check it
out, this will give you an idea about what we do and what we have
done in the past. Contact: Arlene Bowman, a programmer & Dineh
film/videomaker. Sponsored by Canada Council, and IMAG. Opening
Night at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre, 1607 East
Hastings Street. Screenings at the Vancouver East Cinema - 2290
Commercial Drive, November 8, 9, 10
$7.00 or pay as you can. Elders and children Free.
For more information call 604-871-0173 or e mail us at:
IMAGeNation Aboriginal Film and Video Festival 2002
Schedule of Events:
November 7 - Opening Night at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship
Nov. 8 - Reel Warriors Program, 7-12 p.m. VanEast Cinema, 2290
Commercial Drive. A dynamic program featuring the strength and
resilience of aboriginal people and communities.
Nov. 9-10 - Two afternoons of shorts, documentaries and dramas
including a youth and emerging artist category, VanEast Cinema.
Saturday and Sunday evenings are devoted to the best in current
aboriginal dramatic features.
Also "Voices from the Interior" - A special presentation of short
works from the Ullus Collective, from the Okanagan Nation of the
Other events during the festival include:
Panel Discussion, Saturday November 9th, 2-5 p.m. - Vancouver
Aboriginal Friendship Centre, 1607 East Hastings.
Technological Medicine Wheel - A New Media Installation by ease
Wyss - Video In Studios, 1965 Main Street.