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October 20, 2020 - October 25, 2020

imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

Hosted by imagineNATIVE

Celebrating works by Indigenous artists at the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio, and digital media.

Learn more about this year’s schedule

  • Festival On Demand
  • Industry Days
  • iNdigital Space
  • Special Events
  • Exhibitions
  • Artist Talks, Roundtables & Guest Curated Programs
  • Give Away
  • D+I iNdigital Events

Opening Gala – Short Program: Yellow + Q&A – October 20-22

Live Q&A: October 20th – 9PM

For the first time at imagineNATIVE, the Opening Night Gala features a gathering of international short films, standing together, a shared collective filling the screen seeping into our personal spaces. The fluidity of the work speaks to the artful nuance of Indigenous Cinema. Moving images as a medium of social impact, intellectual inquiry and deeper understanding of community, culture and worldviews.
Short Program: YELLOW is composed of works created by artists from seven different nations.

Directors: Theola Ross, Jack Steele, Ngariki Ngatae, Banchi Hanuse, Michelle Derosier, Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Alisi Telengut

Accessibility

All pre-recorded events will have the option of closed captions. All on-demand films will have the option of closed captions. The audio works will provide a textual version of transcripts.

Organization

  • imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

    401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

    info@imagineNATIVE.org (416) 585-2333

    imagineNATIVE is the world’s largest presenter of Indigenous screen content. The organisation is recognised locally, nationally, and internationally for excellence and innovation in programming and as the global centre for Indigenous media arts. imagineNATIVE (legal entity: The Centre for Aboriginal Media) is a registered charity committed to creating a greater understanding of Indigenous peoples and cultures through the presentation of contemporary Indigenous-made media art including film, video, audio and digital media.