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Wapikoni to Show Films at the G7 Summit

Wapikoni Mobile is proud to showcase incredible Indigenous shorts at the upcoming G7 Summit, June 6-10, 2018. The International Media Centre will be hosting reporters from around the globe who'll get to watch a selection of 12 short films that will help them get to know Indigenous cultures, issues, languages and youth from all over Canada.

These 12 shorts were selected to represend the G7 Summit's themes:

  • Investing in growth that works for everyone;
  • Preparing for jobs of the future;
  • Advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment;
  • Working together on climate change, oceans and clean energy; and
  • Building a more peaceful and secure world.

Here's the list media representatives will get to see throughout the Summit:

  • Traditional Healing, dir. Ray Caplin (Listuguj)
  • My Father's Tools, dir. Heather Condo (Gesgapegiag)
  • Thunderbird (L'oiseau-tonnerre), dir. Erin Collins (Fort William)
  • Rien sur les mocassins (Nothing on Moccasins), dir. Eden Mallina Awashish (Opitciwan)
  • Aitun (Traditions), dir. Kevin Bellefleur (Unamen Shipu)
  • Indian Girls, dir. Wapikoni Mobile (Manawan)
  • Don’t Be Afraid To Hit The Ice, dir. Shayden Decoursay (Kitiganik)
  • Megwitetm (I Remember), dir. Crystal Dawn Jerome (Gesgapegiag)
  • Ute Kanata (Here in Canada), dir. Virginie Michel (Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam)
  • Kitci Nehirowiskwew (The Great Atikamekw Lady), dir. Elisa Moar & Sipi Flamand (Manawan)
  • The three Sisters Community Garden, dir. Zachary Greenleaf (Gesgapegiag)
  • Nitanish - à ma fille (Nitanish - To My Daughter), dir. Melissa Mollen Dupuis (Montreal)