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Three Short Drama Films by Danis Goulet
Three Short Drama films by Danis Goulet is the fourth and final instalment of the highly popular University Library Aboriginal Film Series. This screening will be a showcase of Danis Goulet’s short flims. Originally from La Ronge, now based in Toronto, Danis Goulet’s award-winning short films have been screened internationally at Sundance Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival and Cannes. Her most recent film,Wakening (2013), was screened before the opening night film at the Toronto International Film Festival, the first time an independently-produced short film has ever been selected to do so.
Wapawekka: A final visit to their isolated cabin in northern Saskatchewan reveals the inter-generational rift between Josh and his traditional Cree father.
Barefoot: In a tightly-knit Cree community in northern Saskatchewan, 16-year-old Alyssa's plans to become a mom begin to unravel.
Wakening: In the near future, the environment has been destroyed and society suffocates under a brutal military occupation. A lone Cree wanderer Wesakechak searches an urban war zone to find the ancient and dangerous Weetigo to help fight against the occupiers.
Danis Goulet will be present at the first screening of the films on Wednesday at 3:30 in room 241 of the Arts building. An aditional showing will take place on the Ground floor of the Murray Library iin room G3.
Every one is welcome. Don't miss your chance to see these three great films.
Stopped at the border, kicked out of school, or just plain trashy. It's Freedom to Read Week, and the Murray Library has a display of controversial books. Come check out why these books have been challenged. The display is located next to the reference desk on the first floor. Comment, like, or leave a picture of yourself with the display on our Facebook page.