Month of the Metis - The Films of Marjorie Beaucage

RPL Film Theatre

2311 12th Avenue

Regina, SK

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Indigenous

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Free Admission | Saturday, October 1 3:00PM CST Saturday, October 8 3:00PM CST Saturday, October 15 3:00PM CST| Canada | 67 min | 2019 | STC | Directed by Marjorie Beaucage Additional Information This program features a series of newly digitized Vignettes created for Metis History and Early Distance Education courses at the University of Saskatchewan (1996). Also featured in this screening are two short films, Rougarou, a story about the spirit of a traditional Métis shapeshifter who transforms people's lives. And Batoche…One More Time, a video portrait of contemporary Métis culture profiling some of the artists who create it. Make History or be History – 1996, 35 mins Rougarou - 2014, 5:30 mins Batoche…One More Time - 1997, 25 mins https://vucavu.com/en/filmmaker-in-focus-series-marjorie-beaucage-retrospective RPL Film Theatre is honoured to present this showcase of work by filmmaker and community producer Marjorie Beaucage (Métis). Curated by Lisa Myers originally for imagineNATIVE in 2018, these three programs celebrate the groundbreaking work of this significant media artist, activist, and leader. Her work reminds us of a vital part of our history and is a powerful statement that her voice and vision remain as strong and relevant today, as it will for the future.

Sat 01 Oct
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

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RPL Film Theatre

RPL Film Theatre is dedicated to showing artistic, experimental, and popular film. For art news and exhibitions, follow our sister account @dunlopartgallery FREE ADMISSION We acknowledge the support of the Saskatchewan Arts Board and funding partners SaskCulture and Saskatchewan Lotteries, whose contributions help the arts thrive in this province. We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. www.reginalibrary.ca/filmtheatre

Location

2311 12th Avenue

Regina, SK

Event Contact

Sarah Pitman

spitman@reginalibrary.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.