Sister, Daughter Screening + Live Performances

Join Director/Actor Nathaniel Arcand, Co-star Curtis Talon Ahenakew and more to share the first local screening of the award winning short film Sister, Daughter. Live performances by Friends of Change and Enter-Tribal.

 

Doors 12:30pm/ Event start 1pm

Q&A with autograph and photo opportunity after the screening. 18+ as this film deals with mature content.

Sister, Daughter is Nathaniel Arcand’s directorial debut. The story is an emotional journey of a family torn by grief from the loss of their beloved matriarch. When another family member goes missing a young man enlists the help of his alchoholic father to search for their missing Sister, Daughter. Their road to redemption begins with a first step.

This film depicts a struggle within relating to the missing and murdered women of Canada from a males perspective.
Previously screened at American Indian Film Festival (AIFF) and Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival (WAFF) and now the Rio Theatre.

Come join us and support local first nations’ film and culture.

Admission is $5.00

+19 only

Advanced tickets available by clicking HERE

 

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