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IndigiDocs: Path Without End

Posted by Cara Mumford on Monday, July 16, 2018, In : Film 
Just wrapped principal photography on “Path Without End,” a 10-minute poetic dance documentary about the Friday family, their resilience through residential school, and dance artist Christine Friday’s journey to reclaim her family’s power through dance. 

Film stills from filming at Friday’s Point on Lake Temagami
DP Sean Stiller (Secwepemc)

The 10-minute film, Path Without End, incorporates dance, archival images, and creative b-roll, with the addition of interviews and information abo...

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3 Days Left!

Posted by Cara Mumford on Wednesday, November 8, 2017, In : Film 
Ecstasy crowdfunding campaign ends on Friday, November 10. You can get a copy of the film as one of the perks! Check out our IndieGoGo page:

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Posted by Cara Mumford on Wednesday, November 8, 2017, In : Film 
An In-Depth Interview
about ‘Ecstasy,’ a short narrative film, with Metis/ Anishinaabe Filmmaker, Writer and Director -
Cara Mumford

By Heryka Miranda

In brief, what is the short narrative film Ecstasy about? 

Cara: To personalize the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women through the relationship of sisters. In the film, one sister is alive and the other sister is spirit. It is a journey to find healing from grief through spirit, dream and dance. 

I understand that the ballet, The Ec...

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Meet the Bizaanbakweg Collective: On Screen

Posted by Cara Mumford on Thursday, November 2, 2017, In : Film 
Introducing Heryka Miranda as "Marsha"

And Christine Friday as "Lori"

All biographies of collective members are available on the "Ecstasy" website:
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"Ecstasy" crowdfunding

Posted by Cara Mumford on Thursday, September 28, 2017, In : Film 

The Film

"Two sisters, both dancers...
One living, one spirit...
A healing journey through dance."

Ecstasy is the collaborative creation of the Bizaanbakweg Collective, a collective of women whose artistic activities are grounded in Indigenous cultural values and traditions, while working towards an enhanced future for Indigenous peoples.

Crowdfunding campaign: Ecstasy Post-Production on IndieGoGo

The collective members are (L-R) Rulan Tangen (Metis), Christine Friday (Temagami Anishinaabe), Elisa...

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