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%Graduate Program in CommmunicationsQMcGill University
Video Tiers-Monde
 
PRESENT
 
%INDIGENOUS MEDIA:IMAGES/IDENTITIES/POLITICS
 
A TWO DAY CONFERENCE TO BE HELD IN THE LEACOCK BUILDING
OCTOBER 23RD AND 24TH, 845 SHERBROOKE STREET WEST,
MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA. (INFORMATION: (514) 398-4110 E-MAIL:[log in to unmask]
 
 
DAY ONE
Friday, October 23
Room 232, Leacock Building
 
SESSION ONE
9:00 - 9:15  Introduction and Welcome
 
9:15 -12:00
%The Origins and Development of Indigenous Media: Video as a Means of Cultural A
 
This session will explore the development of indigenous and alternative media as
 
PANELISTS INCLUDE:
 
Faye Ginsburg (New York University, NY, US)
Conway Jocks (Mohawk, Canada)
Diane Reid (Cree, National Aboriginal Communications Society, Canada)
Lorna Roth (Concordia University,  Quebec, Canada)
Beverly Singer (Pueblo, Deep Dish TV, US)
Elizabeth Weatherford (Film and Video Center, Museum of the American Indian, New
 
%LUNCH
 
SESSION TWO
13:30-17:00
 
%What is a Native Production?
 
The session will center on the specificity of aboriginal production. For instanc
 
PANELISTS INCLUDE:
 
Vincent Carelli (Brazil)
Xotapti (Raimundo Gavis) (Gavis, Brazilian Amazonia)
Carol Geddes (Tlingit, National Film Board of Canada)
Eddy Malenfant (Montagnais, Qubec, Canada)
Alberto Muenala (Quecha, Ecuador)
Martha Rodriguez (Mtis, Colombia)
 
 
DAY TWO
Saturday, October 24
Room 232, Leacock Building
 
SESSION THREE
9:00-9:15 Introduction
 
9:15-12:00
 
%Strategies of Inter-Cultural Sharing: The Funding and Diffusion of Aboriginal-M
 
Panelists will discuss various strategies to help foster the local, regional, an
 
PANELISTS INCLUDE:
 
Valerie Alia (University of Western Ontario, Ontario, Canada)
Alain Ambrosi (Vice-President, Vidazimut)
Wil Campbell (Cree, First Nations Film and Video World Alliance, Canada)
Natalie Drache (Cree-Mtis, Dragonfly Blue Productions) and Tootoosis (Indigenou
David Nostbakken (President, Vision TV)
 
%LUNCH (Special Screening by Natalie Drache in L232)
 
SESSION FOUR
13:30-17:00
 
%Images and Politics
 
This session will examine the ethics and politics of image-making.  How can indi
 
PANELISTS INCLUDE:
 
Gary Rhine (US)
Bill Nichols (University of California, Santa Cruz, US)
Loretta Todd (Mtis, National Film Board of Canada)
Janine Marchessault (McGill University)
Gail Valaskakis (Concordia University, Quebec, Canada)
Csar Galindo (Peru)