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May 12 '22
Doors open at 6:15pm
Presented by The Decolonizing Lens, join us for a FREE screening of Ste. Anne by Rhayne Vermette at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

After the screening, join us for a discussion with filmmaker, Rhayne Vermette in conversation with the curators of Kwaata-nihtaawakihk – A Hard Birth, Dr. Sherry Farrell Racette and Dr. Cathy Mattes.

6:15 pm • Doors Open
7 pm • Screening (80 min)
Discussion to follow

No registration required. Food provided by Feast.

About the film: Set and shot in Treaty 1 territory, which today includes Winnipeg and the nearby town that lends the film its title, this stirring debut feature by Manitoban filmmaker and artist Rhayne Vermette is a deeply mysterious and alluring examination of home by way of places and people.

With its profound sense of place and a dreamlike, collagist intensity, Ste. Anne confronts ideas of belonging, reclamation, and family with both intimacy and a near-hallucinatory pull toward visual abstraction.

Commissioned by the Indigenous-led COUSIN Collective and shot over 14 months, the film is a family affair in more ways than one, featuring members of the filmmaker’s family and expanded Métis community.

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery is located on Treaty No. 1 the original lands and waters of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininiwak, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
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