EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

16th NATIVE SPIRIT FESTIVAL 12 Oct – 12 Nov 2022 (Online via Eventive +In-person)

Volunteers wanted — Contact [email protected]


 

23June – 3 July 2022 — Indigenous Foodways at KCAW (Kensington & Chelsea Arts Week, Online UK & Worldwide view)

🎟️ Pay what you can (£1-10) Register here: nativespiritfestival.eventive.org

 (UK view) ReMatriate: Seeding Sovereignty — Director Shelby Lisk | 6 minutes | Canada | 2019

(Worldwide view) The Lost Art of Seasoning — Director Abo Arangham | 57 minutes | India | 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(UK view) The Keepers of Corn (Los Guardianes del Maíz) — Director Gustavo Vazquez | 60 minutes | Mexico | 2021


25 February – 13 March 2022 — Best of Native Spirit Festival Shorts at 21st WoW Wales One World Festival (Online for UK viewers)

🎉 Free / Pay what you can: https://www.wowfilmfestival.com/nativespiritshorts
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Seven award-winning Native filmmakers from Canada and Greenland:

🎞️ Angakusajaujuq: The Shaman’s Apprentice — Zacharias Kunuk;  🎞️ The Fourfold — Alisi Telengut; 🎞️ Happiness — Jack Belhumeur; 🎞️ In the Shadow of the Tugtupite — Inuk Jørgensen; 🎞️ Updated — Nivi Pedersen; 🎞️ Giant Bear / ᓇᓄᕐᓗᒃ Neil Christopher, Daniel Gies; 🎞️ kwêskosîw (she whistles) — Thirza Cuthand


Kensington & Chelsea Arts Week: Caribbean to Canada

Native Spirit presents an online rolling programme and curated playlist of Free and On-Demand films by Native filmmakers and artists from Caribbean to Canada celebrating National Indigenous History Month; and the fascinating rituals and history of Trinidad & Tobago ‘Carnival: The Sound of a People’ with Caribbean Heritage Trailblazer, Associate Professor of Jazz Trumpet at Michigan State University, the highly acclaimed Etienne Charles. 24 June – 4 July 2021 KCAW Event details — CLICK HERE