Events at the Embassy of Canada in collaboration with the 68th International Film Festival Berlin

February 15-25 2018

Berlinale NATIVe – A Journey into Indigenous Cinema

Tuesday, Feb 20, 15:00 – 17:30 (Doors 14:45)

Establishing Indigenous Cinema

Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17, 10117 Berlin, S/U Potsdamer Platz

In English. Free admission. Please present a valid photo-ID at the door and allow for sufficient time for Embassy security.

15:00 – 16:30 Panel Discussion: Establishing Indigenous Cinema

The panel discussion will be moderated by Jason Ryle, the artistic director of imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto. The participants of the panel discussion are:Ciara Lacy (Director and Producer, Hawaii/USA) | Élise Labbé (Head of Festivals and Audience Development, National Film Board of Canada) | Ryan Kampe (President Visit Films, USA) | Emile Hertling Péronard (Producer and Advisor, Greenland/Denmark)

16:30 – 17:30 Screening: REEL Kanata VI – Canadian Indigenous Shorts

For the sixth time this year, the Embassy of Canada and imagineNATIVE present REEL Kanata, a selection of recent short films made by indigenous filmmakers from Canada. This year’s selection includes: Holy Angels by Jay Cardinal Villeneuve (Cree / Métis)  |  KEEWAYDAH (Let’s Go Home) by Terril Calder (Métis)  |  Thirza Cuthand Is an Indian Within the Meaning of the Indian Act by Thirza Cuthand (Plains Cree / Scottish)  |  RAE by Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs (Mohawk)  |  Nuuca (Take) by Michelle Latimer (Métis / Algonquin)  |  Creatura Dada by Caroline Monnet (Algonquin)

 

Berlinale Shorts

Notes on Cinema #68: Between Staff Pick, Market & Archive

Film Screening / Panel Discussion

Thursday, February 22, 2018, 14:00 – 16:00

Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17, 10117 Berlin, S/U Potsdamer Platz

In English. Free admission, registration required here. Please present a valid photo-ID at the door and allow for sufficient time for Embassy security.

Berlinale Shorts hosts a discussion on the longevity and visibility of films on the internet and in archives. How can we expand the film canon? How can we access films which are no longer accessible? Can digitization offer us renewed access to films that have been lost or overshadowed? Panelists Mark Toscano (Academy Film Archive), Jeffrey Bowers (Vimeo), Lauren Howes (Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre) and Jayisha Patel (filmmaker) will address these questions and more. The short films Le Tigre de Tasmanie by Vergine Keaton (Berlinale Shorts), Circle by Jayisha Patel (Berlinale Shorts) and Nuuca by Michelle Latimer (Generation) will be screened, followed by a Q&A. The panel discussion will begin at 15:00.

 

TEDDY AWARD

Diversity und Gender Equality in Beruf und Gesellschaft

Panel Discussion

Thursday, February 22, 2018, 16:30 – 18:30 (Doors open at 16:00)

Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17, 10117 Berlin, S/U Potsdamer Platz

In German. Free admission, registration required here. Please present a valid photo-ID at the door and allow for sufficient time for Embassy security.

Participants of the panel discussion : Harald Christ (Ergo-Versicherung, Postbank); Dagmar Kohnen (Siemens AG); Nina Schimkus (Axel Springer SE); Geoff Gartshore (Embassy of Canada in Berlin).

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