Cowichan Aboriginal
Festival of Film & Art

135 Third Street Duncan
1.250.746.7930

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2014 Film Festival

The Cowichan Aboriginal Festival of Film & Art will be celebrating its 10th anniversary April 23-26!
This year, more than ever we are looking forward to offering a very exciting program of films and film maker presentations, featuring artists from around the world for the 4 Nations-4 Directions Art Show, preparing for some great workshops, and gearing up for the Youth Film & Voice auditons and of course the Youth Awards Night . Mark your calenders, and come celebrate with us. We will start uploading program highlights in early March.
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The Cowichan Aboriginal Festival of Film & Art will be celebrating it's 
10th Anniversary April 23-26! 

This year, more than ever we are looking forward to offering a very exciting program of films and film maker presentations, featuring artists from around the world for the 4 Nations-4 Directions Art Show, preparing for some great workshops, and gearing up for the Youth Film & Voice auditons and of course the Youth Awards Night . Mark your calenders, and come celebrate with us. We will start uploading program highlights in early March. Huy tseep q'u 



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STANDING ON SACRED GROUND

Profit and Loss

From Papua New Guinea rainforests to Canada’s tar sands,

 

 
 

EMPIRE OF THE DIRT

Three generations of First Nations women struggle to deal with the demons of their past.
Director: Peter Stebbings
Writer: Shannon Masters
Stars: Cara Gee, Shay Eyre, Jennifer Podemski