THR Reconciliation Through Film – Season 3, Film 2

Engage with themes of colonization and Indigenous resilience through film with our online national film screenings.

How it works: Participants have 2 weeks to view a film, read supporting materials and then come together for a scheduled video conference call to debrief.

Freedom Road, Delia 9-5 – 6 short films

Freedom Road is a five-part documentary series that tells the inspiring story of Shoal Lake 40 Anishinaabe First Nation and their battle to build a road after their community was forcibly relocated and cut off from the mainland over 100 years ago, so that water could be diverted to the city of Winnipeg. Director and Shoal Lake 40 member Angelina McLeod uses an innovative, community-driven approach to storytelling that highlights the community’s dignity, strength, and perseverance, as they take back control of their narrative and their future in the process of building Freedom Road.”

Delia 9-5 (3 mins) is “a direct and unvarnished – yet tender and humorous – portrait of a typical day in the life of director Délia Gunn at Réservoir-Dozois while she is eight months pregnant.”

Freedom Road – Registration (ends May 22)
Watch the film and read the materials: May 23 – June 6
Reflection Group: Saturday, June 6, 12:30-2:00 ET