imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, resaltando nuestras raíces autóctonas

Desde Octubre 22 al 26 regresará el 15th Annual imagineNATIVE para mostrarnos las obras más distintivas y convincentes alrededor del mundo: 130 películas y videos; nueve trabajos radiales; siete multiplataforma de medios; cuatro exposiciones de arte con 19 artistas de medios de comunicación; 11 paneles de la industria y talleres públicos; y 17 comisiones. imagineNATIVE contará con 175 artistas en representación de más de 70 naciones indígenas diferentes de 12 países.

Entre las obras se incluyen:

Slikebal (The Beginning) 

Thursday, October 23

10am, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 3

Opening Scene: Youth Shorts I

International Premiere – Director: Bernardino De Jesús López De La Cruz* (Tzotzil)

Spanish and Tzotzil with English Subtitles

In this touching film, Victor, a child of 12 working as a shoeshine boy, finds himself caught in a cultural struggle around the acceptance of child labour in Mexico. 

Fin De (End Of)

Thursday, October 23

10am, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 3

Opening Scene: Youth Shorts I

International Premiere – Director: Federico Cuatlacuatl* (Cholulteca)

In this colourfully animated and poignant short, jacobo, a premature bird, desires to fly but his failed attempts are unknowingly watched by a mythological Aztec bird who has the power to grant jacobo’s wish. 

Guardians of the Waters

Friday, October 24

12:30pm, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 3

On Location: Environmental Program

World Premiere – Director: Mateo Hinojosa* (Mestizo, Aymara/Quechua) and The Guardians Of The Waters Youth Collective (Purepecha, Apache, Ohlone)

A diverse group of young Indigenous women from around the world come together and are empowered as they learn from both elders and scholars about traditional forms of water stewardship. 

The Last Deaths of Joe

Friday, October 24

11:15pm, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 3

The Witching Hour: Late Night Shorts

FREE

World Premiere – Director: Adonay Guerrero* (Teenek-Huasteco)

Frustrated at always being cast to play stereotypical Indians in westerns, actor Joe Whitehorse decides to take matters into his own hands. 

Run like the Wind

Sunday, October 26

11am, TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 4

Opening film for Sumé – Mumisitsinerup Nipaa (The Sound Of A Revolution) 

World Premiere – Director: Quetzal Guerreo* and David Telles (Juaneno/Yaqui)

A strikingly beautiful warrior runs through the streets of l.A. in this energetic commentary on police brutality. 

Descargue el catálogo de imagineNATIVE 2014: www.imaginenative.org/home/sites/default/files/catalogs/2014_catalog_pages.pdf

 

The 14th Annual imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

October 22 – 26, 2014

Single Tickets and Festival Packages On Sale Now

Tickets can be purchased by phone or in person at the TIFF Bell Lightbox

In-person: 10am to 10pm daily • 350 King Street West

By Phone: 10am – 7pm daily • 416.599.TIFF (8433)

Online: www.imagineNATIVE.org

Para mayor información puede comunicarse al 416.585.2333 o visitar la página www.imagineNATIVE.org

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