The Juno and Polaris Prize winning throat singer performs fresh off the release of her new album, Retribution.
New North Collective
The ensemble of Northern Canadian performing artists explore ideas of North - from the land to the people; from the traditional to the contemporary, through their varied music styles.
Re(Claim) Featuring Iskwé
Singer-songwriter Iskwé performs a work that ‘reclaims’ the era of silent films and moving images made about Indigenous peoples.
National Aboriginal Day Film Screening: Sarila
Sarila is an animated feature film for families that follows Inuit children that journey to a land hidden among glaciers to save their community.
National Aboriginal Day Banff Centre Talks: Reconciliation and Entanglement with John Borrows
As Indigenous peoples work towards reconciliation they are both strengthened and challenged by their entanglements with others. Anishinaabe stories and teachings will be shared.
Hi Rez Films: The Dead Lands
After his tribe is slaughtered through an act of treachery, the chieftain's teenage son Hongi sets out to avenge his father so that he may bring peace to the souls of his lost loved ones.
Hi Rez Films: Fire Song
One of the first films by a First Nations director to deal with two-spirited people, the thoughtful and moving debut feature by Adam Garnet Jones focuses on a young Anishinaabe man who is forced to choose between staying in his community or exploring the expanded possibilities of the world outsid
Hi-Rez Films: Turtle Island Rising (Program 2)
An evening of short films spanning the history of the First Peoples of Turtle Island from the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.