Jan.20

Film

Documentary directed by Alanis Obomsawin. Presented as part of Canada's Top Ten Film Festival.

Doors: 6 PM
Screening: 6:30 PM
$11.75 (seniors and students: $9.50)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space A (1st floor)

CANADA | ORIGINAL VERSION: CREE, ENGLISH | SUBTITLES: NONE

The documentary reveals how a Cree community in Manitoba has been enriched through the power of education. The Helen Betty Osborne Ininiw Education Resource Centre in Norway House, north of Winnipeg, receives a level of funding that few other Indigenous institutions enjoy. Its teachers help their students to develop their abilities and their sense of pride. In addition to teaching academic subjects, the school reconnects students with their ancestral culture.

Director: Alanis Obomsawin
Year: 2017
Duration: 97 minutes
Rating: 13 ans et +

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Photo: Canada's Top Ten Film Festival

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