The Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival is an annual five-day festival happening in Moose Factory on March 7-11. Festival organizers say it is a community driven festival drawing on northern experiences. This year they will be presenting works by established and emerging international Aboriginal artists with featured youth workshops and community events. Each year the program showcases stories that resonate with local issues, concerns and perspectives relative to the James Bay people. Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival 2007 celebrates their 5th milestone year with a program focus on Aboriginal women in film and video among other exciting highlights.
Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival
Categories: 2007-02-02, Arts and Entertainment •