At a time of deepening awareness of complex colonial legacies, many in Canada’s cultural sector, are re-thinking their practices when working with Indigenous creators, content and communities. The conversation will address a range of practical considerations including essential questions about who tells whose story and why that’s important.
André Dudemaine | Présence autochtone
Michelle Van Beusekom | NFB
Monika Ille | APTN
Alanis Obomsawin | Filmmaker
Conference in french.
You must have a valid DCM accreditation or a day ticket.
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