Events & Gatherings
Spirit Bear and Children Make History, Amanda Strong
Spirit Bear and Children Make History tells the true story of a landmark human rights case for First Nations children at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal and how Spirit Bear and his friends stood with First Nations children to help make Jordan’s Principle a reality.
Spirit Bear and Children Make History is a stop-motion adaptation of the children’s book of the same name. Released in 2020, the film is a co-production of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, and Spotted Fawn Productions, an Indigenous-led production company.
Spirit Bear and Children Make History
Directed by Amanda Strong
2020, Canada, 27 minutes, not rated
This film will play twice on June 10 at 1 and 2 PM!
Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.
June 10 at 1:00PM
Join us for Discovery Cinema, a Saturday afternoon matinee series aimed at all ages. This June, we present a series of films in honour of both Indigenous History and Pride Month. These films reflect on and examine themes of identity, resilience, intersectionality, community, and care from a wide range of Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ filmmakers!
Film tickets are $10; free admission for members and youth under 18.
Talks, tours and other events are admission by donation or free with membership.