Call Me Human (all-day screening)

Aurora Public Library

Aurora, ON

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Film & video

Indigenous

Library

History & heritage

Joséphine Bacon is a writer, poet, storyteller, filmmaker and teacher of the Innu language. With charisma and sensitivity, she leads a fight against oblivion and the disappearance of a language, a culture and its traditions. Be transported into a universe of emotions at this all-day screening; then join us on Monday to broaden our knowledge and reflect on the themes of this powerful documentary at a post-screening discussion. Winner of the Best Canadian Documentary at the Vancouver & Calgary International Film Festival; Audience Choice Award and Best Canadian Documentary at the CineFest Sudbury and College Jury Award at the Quebec City Film Festival. Register for the link to the film at bit.ly/3gOJbqB Register for the post-film discussion facilitated by Nelia Pacheco, Chair/Programmer AFC l Mon. Sept. 27 l 7pm at bit.ly/35GNEoM Call Me Human is presented through a partnership between APL and The Aurora Film Circuit in celebration of Culture Days.

Sun 26 Sep
1:00 AM – 11:30 PM

Call Me Human (all-day screening)

This event is free.

Organized by

Aurora Public Library and the Aurora Film Circuit

Aurora Public Library builds community by sparking connections, enriching lives and contributing vibrant spaces for discovery. The Aurora Film circuit is a volunteer initiative committed to enhancing arts and culture in the community of Aurora.

Location

15145 Yonge Street

Aurora, ON

Event Contact

Reccia Mandelcorn

rmandelcorn@aurorapl.ca

Language

English, French

Accessibility

Virtual film screening