Reconciliation on Film – Week 4: At the UN – Wapikoni Mobile Speaks OutJan 4, 2016
At the UN – Wapikoni Mobile Speaks Out
Filmmaker: Wapikoni Mobile Team
On May 30th 2013, the young Anishnabe filmmaker, Emilio Wawatie, represented Wapikoni mobile at the UN. A truly memorable moment!
This is the fourth film in a six part series of short films on the theme of reconciliation. These films are produced by young Indigenous filmmakers with the help of Wapikoni Mobile. For over ten years, Wapikoni Mobile has been working with Aboriginal youth in Canada to encourage expression through music and film. Their mobile studios, sometimes referred to as “youth centres on wheels”, have travelled to some of the most remote First Nations communities in the country, providing workshops and mentoring to young participants.
Click here to read more about this film series.
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