June 28th 2014
We were grateful to have Toronto District School Board instructor Vinolia Futhi Sakakane talk with us after the TRC Toronto Youth Education Day about Jingle Dress – First Dance, youth education, and how the plight of the first nations people relates to her own experiences.
June 21st 2014
It was a true honour to speak with acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin at the TRC Toronto Youth Event last week. She had many kind words to say about Jingle Dress – First Dance and hearing her optimism was incredibly inspiring.
June 18th 2014
The story of Jingle Dress – First Dance was recently featured in an article by Martha Troian for the Anishnabek News 2014 Pow Wow Guide, which was then republished online by Muskrat Magazine. You can read the article here
June 13th 2014
Big thanks to all who participated in and helped organize the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Toronto Youth Education Event. I was honoured for the film be part of such an momentous occasion.
June 6th 2014
We are proud to announced that a short excerpt of Jingle Dress will be shown during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Toronto Education Day. The event takes place on June 13th from 10:00 am – 2:15 pm. Click here for more information
June 5th 2014
It was an honour to have three successful screenings at the TRC in Edmonton this past March. Check out this article written by Katy Quinn at Kairos, who supported the TRC screenings. “Understanding ourselves through truth and reconciliation“