DOCUMENTARY SHORT | Canada | 11 MINUTES | English
Flora Bear’s youngest granddaughter searches for truth and answers about her Indigenous grandmother’s life.
This short documentary is the filmmaker’s personal journey of discovery to honour her late grandmother’s life and understand her family history .
Directed by Kim Stadfeld
Kim Stadfeld is an Anishinaabe woman (she/her) originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba currently living in Toronto Ontario. She is Ojibway/Métis on her mother’s side and Icelandic on her father’s side. Kim is a proud member of the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation in Treaty 1 Territory.
She is a bead work artist, aspiring writer and a video Post-Production professional with over 25 years Broadcast Television experience. Kim is a graduate from the University of Manitoba Bachelor of Arts Native Studies program and also studied Media Production at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon, Manitoba.
Kim recently expanded her voice as an artist at the 2020 Indigenous Storytellers and Spoken Word Residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Her first film ‘Kokum, with love.’ is created through the NSI Canada IndigiDocs program and produced with the assistance of the CrossCurrents Canada Doc Fund, with support from Netflix.
Kim is a proud mother, a grandmother, a lifelong learner and a spiritual seeker who is passionate about art, new media, Indigenous storytelling and family histories.
Kim Stadfeld, Gayle Pruden, Alfred Pruden
Ticket at Theater Door / Will Call List
Thursday, March 9
Red is Green Carpet: 2:30
Screening: 3:00 to 5:30pm
Q & A with Filmmakers
Fine Arts Theatre
8556 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Beverly Hills City Garage
321 S La Cienega Blvd
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