Eleven films from 18 NSI grads screen at this year’s Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival (WAFF) which runs from November 23 to 26.
- The Road Forward from Marie Clements (Featuring Aboriginal Stories Program, NSI Storytellers)
- Headdress from JJ Neepin (NSI IndigiDocs), Justina Neepin (CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI IndigiDocs) and Craig Guiboche (CBC New Indigenous Voices)
- Bayline from JJ Neepin and Justina Neepin
- Indian Horse from Paula Devonshire (NSI Features First, NSI Totally Televison) and Trish Dolman (NSI Features First)
- Before the Streets from Chloé Leriche (NSI Drama Prize)
- The Spider from Roger Boyer (CBC New Indigenous Voices, NSI Storytellers, NSI IndigiDocs)
- Everything is a Lie from Olly King (CBC New Indigenous Voices)
- CBC New Indigenous Voices short Forgotten (pictured) from Jesse Spence, Andy Lown, Alexis Leask
- CBC New Indigenous Voices short Bank Statement from Tyshana Hobson, Gindalee Ouskun and Michael Black
- Fright, Scare & Subscribe from Cody Blacksmith (CBC New Indigenous Voices)
- Moccasin Stories from Charlene Moore and Andrew George (both CBC New Indigenous Voices)
See the full festival schedule.
Many of the films screen as part of WAFF’s Manitoba filmmaker night hosted by the Indigenous Filmmakers Association on November 26.