The Mexican documentary, Café, by Hatuey Viveros Lavielle is the big winner of the 25th First Peoples Festival.
First Peoples Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: First Peoples Festival
WHERE: Montreal, Canada
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
First Peoples' Festival makes Montreal the nerve centre of Indigenous Creativity from the three Americas featuring a multidisciplinary program of activities, ranging from major concerts, international film competitions, exhibitions, traditional dancing, live performances, seminars and meetings.
The film Circus Without Borders will open 2015 Montreal First Peoples Festival on Wednesday, July 29th. This 69 minutes documentary produced and directed by Susan Gray and Linda Matchan, tells the story of two circus companies, one in Nunavut, the other in Guinea-Conakry, have brought young people together from the ends of the earth to overcome the limits geography and history have set along their road to fulfilment. An invitation to go beyond. CIRCUS WITHOUT […]
Le Dep, directed by Sonia Bonspille-Boileau will close the 25th edition of First Peoples Festival in Montreal, Canada. The film stars Eve Ringuette (a Jutra nominee for the film Mesnak) Marco Colin, Charles Buckell-Roberston, also in the Mesnak cast, and Yan England. One evening, in an Outaouais region Amerindian community, Lydia (Eve Ringuette) is just about to close her father’s convenience store where she occasionally works for the night. But an armed and masked individual […]