LIFT co-presents “Cinema Sisters” program at imagineNATIVE

 

Kaha:wi: The Cycle of Life

 

LIFT co-presents at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Cinema Sisters: Women’s Program

 

 

 

Kaha:wi: The Cycle of Life

 

LIFT co-presents at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Cinema Sisters: Women’s Program

 

 

La Tiricia o Cómo Curar la Tristeza
Directed by Ángeles Cruz
One woman chooses to cure her sadness by breaking the painful cycle of intergenerational sexual abuse in her family and refusing to see it passed on to her children.

 

Tramas Y Trascendencias
Directed by Flor de Maria Alvarez Medrano
This moving documentary offers testimony by three female survivors of sexual abuse who discuss how trauma has shaped their lives.

 

Good Medicine: Madeline Hodge
Directed by Jenny Fraser
Filmmaker Jenny Fraser brings us the first instalment in an ongoing series of Indigenous Australian artist portraits focusing on the life, work and healing journey of Gold Coast–based artist Madeline Hodge.

 

Kaha:wi: The Cycle of Life
Directed by Shane Belcourt
Celebrated performer, choreographer and artist Santee Smith interprets traditional Iroquois legends through contemporary dance in a cinematic restaging of her 2004 award-winning debut production Kaha:wi. In this touching documentary, a gorgeous and transformative performance is translated effortlessly to the screen, telling us of sacred portals between the Sky World, the Earth World and the Under World.
 

 

Thursday 23 October 2014 19:30  

Non-members: $7.00
Members: $7.00

Location:
TIFF Bell Lightbox 
350 King Street West 
Toronto ON Canada