INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE IN AUSTRALIA!!
Journeys to Adaka has been invited to screen at Byron Bay International Film Festival in October! An invitation to premiere at Byron Bay is amazing news, and we can't wait to share this special Yukon story with audiences on the other side of the world.
Our sincere thanks to the organizations and people who got behind this film - Northwestel Community TV, Yukon Media Development, Canada Media Fund, Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association, Travel Yukon. Hats off to the team that worked on the film: Fritz Mueller, Teresa Earle, Jenn Strom, Jordy Walker, Mike Rudyk, Julia Szucs, Tommy Douglas, Brian Cameron, and our friends at Adäka Cultural Festival. To Dennis, Gary, Chantal, Diyet, Carmen, Wayne and Ann - it's such a privilege to share your stories.
Spread the word... Journeys to Adaka is going Down Under!!!
Super interview on BTW with Editor in Chief of WIOT magazine, Xina Cowin. Great mention about Adaka Cultural Festival, as well as the beauty and importance of Seal skin. WIOT= Working it out Together. Current issue is dedicated to Adaka. Check it out @ wiotmag.com ... See MoreSee Less
Started in Montreal, Working It Out Together is an online magazine for contemporary Indigenous voices. Xina Cowan is the Editor in Chief and she joins us to tell us more about it.
Collector's Choice - Bill Nasogaluak is an exceptional artist. His sculptures not only offer powerful commentary on his changing culture, but they are exquisitely executed in the style of the great renaissance masters who inspire him. Pleased to see his work featured in IAQ. ... See MoreSee Less