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Indian Time

Please note that this event is now archived.
Documentary
Guest presentationParoles autochtonesQuebec's cinema

Sessions

Saturday, 14 April 2018 | 15:00 La Maison du Cinéma

                                    Poster of Indian Time

Quebec's cinema

In collaboration with Hydro-Québec

Prix du Public – Festival International du Film Ethnographique du Québec 2017
Les Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécois, 35e édition
Festival Présence autochtone
Indigenous Film & Arts Festival of Denver

Captured over a period of five years within 18 communities, “Indian Time” is a personal and current portrayal of the 11 Aboriginal nations of Québec, where some forty people take turns speaking, allowing for exceptional encounters and immersing the viewer—eyes and heart—in this “Indian time”.

Director

Carl Morasse

Country

Canada - Québec

Year

2016

Duration

1h27

Category

Documentary

Language

French, English, Inuktitut and Atikamewk, subtitled in French

Cast

Jessica Arngak, Julie Mestokosho, Richard Mollen, Jacques Newashish and Alexandre Pinette

Production

La Boîte Rouge VIF

Distribution

Les Films du 3 Mars
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About

Carl Morasse

Carl Morasse works and teaches in Chicoutimi. Ethnographer filmmaker for the indigenous cultural organization La Boîte Rouge Vif since a dozen years, he travels the physical and imaginary territories of Québec fascinated by the cultural identities, the relationship with the Other and the contemporary issues. His artistic approach led him to consider the practice of the documentary as a tool of identity reappropriation.

Filmography
Feature film
2016« Indian Time »
Short Film
2015 « L’univers des Innus d’Ekuanitshit »
2013 « C’est notre histoire : Premières Nations et Inuit du Québec au 21e siècle »
2011 « Préliminaires »
2008 « Matière première »
2007 « Approche commune »
2004 « Fragments d’un sommet oublié »
2003 « Sélection Naturelle »
2002 « Ainsi les Bergers »

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