Lights, camera, action! Get ready for an amazing cinematic experience.
In collaboration with Humber Indigenous Education and Engagement (IE&E), we are thrilled to present a one-day film festival showcasing art and movies both by and about the Indigenous community.
Join us for a fantastic lineup of FREE films, the musical rhythm of hand drums, and a chance to win some incredible gift baskets.
The event starts at 10 a.m. with the drumming circle behind the IGNITE K Building, and the first film will begin at 10:30 a.m. You’re welcome to drop by anytime, so be sure to come grab some snacks and enjoy!
Here’s what we’re watching:
This film is a blend of humor and seriousness, portraying the journey of Victor, a young man who is struggling to reconcile with his father. The film offers a window into the modern Native American landscape.
This documentary explores the role of Indigenous people in modern music history, featuring some of the most famous music artists of our time. It uncovers a crucial yet often overlooked part of history, revealing how Indigenous musicians contributed significantly to the music we enjoy today and had a lasting impact on popular culture.
Where is it?
Lakeshore Campus – IGNITE Zen Zone (K Building)
When is it?
Tuesday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
What’s in it for me?
– Free movies
– Delicious snacks
– Incredible giveaways
See you there!