Theresa Braine
8/8/16
“Cebolla, cilantro, epazote,” says Cesar Gachupin de Dios, scooping up onion, cilantro and a Mexican herb into a hollowed-out gourd before adding a few spoonfuls of briny-looking c...
ICTMN Staff
8/7/16
A beloved author walks on, the fight continues against yet another pipeline, and a court victory for Native voting laws all marked this past week in Indian country...
Theresa Braine
8/6/16
The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival 2016 edition is in full swing, with perfect weather, expanded offerings, additional venues and new partnerships bringing more aboriginal cultur...
ICTMN Staff
7/26/16
The 2016 version of the Montreal First Peoples’ Festival is almost here, and with it come an abundance of film offerings, art exhibits and performances in both music and dance...
ICTMN Staff
8/17/14
Sanansaattaja , A Gesar Bard’s Tale , is a Tibetan epic that has been called the greatest literary work of humanity...
ICTMN Staff
8/16/14
Much has been made of the hunting to death of bison in the United States. But the prairies on which the majestic animals roamed stretched way up into Canada as well...
ICTMN Staff
8/15/14
The films that won prizes at the Montreal First Peoples Festival this year had one thing in common: their uncanny ability to take indigenous thought, feeling and experience that ar...
Theresa Braine
8/6/14
From struggles against giant oil companies, to a children’s tale, to residential school survival, the films that swept the awards of the Montreal First Peoples Festival 2014 each o...
ICTMN Staff
8/3/14
Of the 47 films premiering or screening at the Montreal First Peoples Festival this year, the intersection of environmental destruction with indigenous rights played a major role...
Theresa Braine
8/2/14
“Joyful anger” is the theme of this year’s Montreal First People’s Festival, and that refers to the energy of exuberant spirit that is bursting forth from indigenous youth here in ...

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