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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | Canada | 25 MINUTES | English

Fear of the Indian

The theme of ignorance is meant to reveal how mainstream media covers the Indigenous community in mainstream media. Many factors contribute to how and why mainstream media doesn’t tell stories about Indigenous people fairly. The main factor being lack of information and education about Indigenous people. How does mainstream media portray Indigenous people in the media and has it improved in the past three decades? The overall subject of the larger overall documentary is how mainstream media portrays Indigenous people in Canada.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Priscilla Wolf

Director

Priscilla Wolf, Cree from Mistawasis Nehiyawak

Producer

Priscilla Wolf, Cree from Mistawasis Nehiyawak

Screenwriter

Priscilla Wolf, Cree from Mistawasis Nehiyawak

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Tuesday, March 5

Screening: 6:00PM

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AMC The Grove 14

189 The Grove Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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