Events

Friday
November 15, 2019
12:00 pm
Hear from Professor of English and Cinema Studies at Bowdoin College Aviva Briefel about the landmark exhibition N. C. Wyeth: New Perspectives.
Friday
November 15, 2019
2:00 pm

The Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program champions Indigenous independent storytelling artists through residency labs, fellowships, public programming, and a year-round continuum of creative, financial, and tactical support. This special engagement brings together six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute Fellows and Dear Gerogina, the follow-up to the Emmy® award-winning feature documentary Dawnland, in one memorable screening centered on Indigenous people telling their own stories.

Friday
November 15, 2019
6:00 pm

The Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program champions Indigenous independent storytelling artists through residency labs, fellowships, public programming, and a year-round continuum of creative, financial, and tactical support. This special engagement brings together six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute Fellows and Dear Gerogina, the follow-up to the Emmy® award-winning feature documentary Dawnland, in one memorable screening centered on Indigenous people telling their own stories.

Saturday
November 16, 2019
2:00 pm

The Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program champions Indigenous independent storytelling artists through residency labs, fellowships, public programming, and a year-round continuum of creative, financial, and tactical support. This special engagement brings together six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute Fellows and Dear Gerogina, the follow-up to the Emmy® award-winning feature documentary Dawnland, in one memorable screening centered on Indigenous people telling their own stories.

Sunday
November 17, 2019
11:00 am

From Internationally revered Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, this fiction-documentary hybrid uses a sensational real-life event—the arrest of a young man on charges that he fraudulently impersonated the well-known filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf—as the basis for a stunning, multilayered investigation into movies, identity, artistic creation, and existence, in which the real people from the case play themselves.

Sunday
November 17, 2019
2:00 pm

The Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program champions Indigenous independent storytelling artists through residency labs, fellowships, public programming, and a year-round continuum of creative, financial, and tactical support. This special engagement brings together six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute Fellows and Dear Gerogina, the follow-up to the Emmy® award-winning feature documentary Dawnland, in one memorable screening centered on Indigenous people telling their own stories.

Wednesday
November 20, 2019
2:00 pm

The Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program champions Indigenous independent storytelling artists through residency labs, fellowships, public programming, and a year-round continuum of creative, financial, and tactical support. This special engagement brings together six Indigenous short films from Sundance Institute Fellows and Dear Gerogina, the follow-up to the Emmy® award-winning feature documentary Dawnland, in one memorable screening centered on Indigenous people telling their own stories.

Thursday
November 21, 2019
5:30 pm
Don’t miss your chance to visit one of the city’s most exciting new arts spaces, speak with the Minters, and meet Indigo’s newest artists-in-residence, filmmaker, textile artist, and two-time Fulbright Sarah K. Khan and mater printmaker and textile artist Meeta Mastani at this fall’s special Director’s Circle event.
Thursday
November 21, 2019
6:00 pm

From the glacial winds of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, all the way to the Gulf of Mexico, from Terre Neuve to Louisiana, Voyageur finds his Franco American roots and travels in time. A docu-fiction filmed as an historical documentary, mixing past and present in a new narrative form, this 10,000 mile road movie searches for a path in the past on the traces of the Nouvelle France in Northern America.

Saturday
November 23, 2019
2:00 pm

Inspired by Lewis Hyde’s beloved classic “The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World”, GIFT is a tribute to something that can’t be measured or counted, bought or sold. An intimate exploration of real-life gift economies, it’s a reflection on the creative process, the reasons we labour in service of our gifts, and a celebration of the imagination.

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