STU Hosts 2022 Indigenous Film Festival

The 2022 St. Thomas University Indigenous Film Festival will take place on campus from October 28-30, 2022. 


This year's festival includes feature films by Indigenous filmmakers Bretten Hannam, Eliza Knockwood, and Jeff Barnaby, as well as short films by Natalie & Carr Sappier, Tara Audibert, Asha Bear, Brandon Mitchell, Desmond Simon, Mélanie Briere, Corrina Merasty, Cathy Martin, Natalie Clifford, Jennie Williams and Kennlin Barlow.


Please see the full schedule below:

Friday, October 28 at 7:30 PM
Ted Daigle Auditorium
Edmund Casey Hall

Natalie & Carr Sappier
Sage In the City


Tara Audibert
I am the warrior 
Wahunt The Devil: Six Short Stories told by my Mom 
Final Mystery of the Fireball


Bretten Hannam
*Contains scenes with nudity and violence. Viewer discretion is advised
Read more about Wildhood HERE.


Saturday, October 29 at 7:30 PM
Ted Daigle Auditorium
Edmund Casey Hall

Asha Bear
Indigenous Identity


Brandon Mitchell


Desmond Simon
The Borer and the Basket 
Npisun [Medicine]


Mélanie Briere 
The Origin of the Wolastoq River


Corrina Merasty
Find Your Way 


Cathy Martin 

Natalie Clifford
Roots of Gold


Eliza Knockwood
The Ice Walk 
Read more about The Ice Walk HERE.


Ms Knockwood will be present for a Q&A after the Screening of the Film. 


Sunday, October 30 at 7:30 PM
Ted Daigle Auditorium
Edmund Casey Hall

Kennlin Barlow
August 18th, 2021/ 3:40pm- 4:15pm 
Messages from Home


Jennie Williams
Nalujuk Night


Jeff Barnaby
Blood Quantum*
*Contains scenes of violence. Viewer discretion is advised.
Read more about Blood Quantum HERE. 

The Indigenous Film Festival is a three-day event hosted by the Senate Committee on Reconciliation.