How a brand new wave of Indigenous cinema is altering the narrative of Canada
Three of the main voices in Canada’s Indigenous cinema scene sit down with The Nationwide to speak concerning the new wave of artistic work: Lisa Jackson, director of Biidaaban: First Mild; Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, producer/director of Offended Inuk; and Jesse Wente, director of the Indigenous Display Workplace.
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Former rap mogul Suge Knight pleads to manslaughter, will serve practically 30 years
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