A selection of short films: “Nos couleurs autochtones” (“Our Native Colors”)

Musée de Lachine

The Nos couleurs autochtones program includes experimental films, documentaries and a music video. Carefully selected by curators Mélanie Lameboy, Eeyou Chasasibi, Vicky Aylestock and Craig Commanda (curator mentor), the 10 short films were made by artists from various nations. A Wapikoni Mobile ambassador will introduce the organization and its programming. There will be a question period at the end of the screening.

We invite you to join us in discovering the works:

“Kitci nehirowiskwew” by Élisa Moar and Sipi Flamand (Atikamekws, Manawan)

“Mikwetc (MERCI | THANKS)” by Sakay Ottawa and Jemmy Echaquan Dubé (Atikamekws, Manawan)

“Rien sur les mocassins” by Eden Malina Awashish (Atikamekw, Opitciwan)

“Mitshishuss (Petit Aigle)” by Christopher Grégoire-Gabriel (Innu, Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam)

“Pas d'banique” by Alfred McKenzie (Innu, Pakuashipi)

“My father's tools” by Heather Condo (Mi'gmaq, Gesgapegiag)

“Wearing my culture” by Ulivia Uviluk (Inuk, Kangirsuk)

“Un papillon dans une bulle” by Peggy Sue Riverin Simon (Innue, Pessamit)

“Notre histoire, leur nation” by Daphnée Malec (Innue, Ekuanitshit)

“Macrocosmic” by Craig Commanda (Anishnabe, Kitigan Zibi)

All short films are in French, and admission is FREE and open to all without registration.

Through audiovisual creation, Wapikoni contributes to the personal, creative and professional development of First Peoples and the affirmation of their communities. Since 2004, Wapikoni has produced more than 1,400 short films of all genres, in addition to 920 musical creations, and more than 240 prizes and awards for its artists' collective.




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Musée de Lachine


Musée de Lachine
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Lachine borough, QC H8S 4L9

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