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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April 17 Sunday
Afternoon

Cowichan Theatre
3:00pm - 5:00 pm

Featured Films

Warchild (6 mins)
directed by Caroline Monnet-Algonquin/ French-Canada
On a solitary portage between the barren wilderness and a desolate city, a young man reflects on his troubled past and hopeful future.
BC Premiere

Canyon War (2009) 53 minutes
Directed by Eva Wunderman
Hosted by Dr. Daniel Marshall and Kevin Loring
Filmed on location in the Fraser Canyon, the Canyon War sheds light on a shadowy chapter of Canadian history. Stories of villages in flames, bodies floating down river and American militias killing and looting as desperate First Nations try to hold back tens of thousands of gold seekers flooding into their land. This isn't the America's Wild West-it is British Columbia in 1858. Descendants of the war's combatants take you on a poignant journey to forgotten battlefields. From the battle of Boston Bar to the peace at Kumsheen, they show you how the war's consequences are still being felt today.



There will be a special post screening presentation and discussion led by Dr Daniel Marshall

Cowichan Ticket Centre:250-748-7529