October 20, 2019

DAVIE VILLAGE POST Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada LGBTQ2+ Hub

All our relations: explorations of indigiqueer kinship

Chosen family kinship holds a place of reverence to two spirit and indigiqueer survival. This program interrogates the ways in which we as queer indigenous bodies carve out space for these human and non-human relationships as well as the impact they have on our ability to exist in a world that doesn’t always care for us. Join us for a mix of narrative and documentary film in partnership with the launch of Projections, the newest issue of the Together Apart zine.

Stage Name: Victoria | Taran Morriseau | Turtle Island | 2017 | 4 min | English
Colour of Scar Tissue, Wii ningokwan (it’s going to be cloudy) | Madison Thomas | Turtle Island | 2018 | 9 min | English
Walk with My Spirits | Tyler Jacobs | Turtle Island | 2018 | 5 min | English
Mino Bimaadiziwin | Shane McSauby | Turtle Island | 2018 | 10 min | English & Anishinaabemowin
Niish Manidoowag | Debbie S. Mishibinijima | Turtle Island | 2017 | 6 mins | English
My Friend Michael Jones | Samson Rambo and Ian Leaupepe | Aotearoa | 2018 | 15 mins | English

Total runtime: 49 min

Curated by Festival Programmer, Justin Ducharme.

Together Apart is a three-part collection of short zines pulling together voices from across Turtle Island and from the “Together Apart, Queer Indigeneities” symposium that took place over three days at the grunt gallery in the spring. Continuing the conversations from the symposium this second issue, Projections, focuses on imagining queer futures, how we reclaim archives and media, and how we bend and reshape the world to see ourselves in it.


Friday 23 August 2019 at 7:00 pm
York Theatre—YT

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