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To celebrate National Indigenous Peoples' Day, the Winnipeg Film Group's Cinematheque, Urban Shaman, and imagineNATIVE are pleased to present the short film program The Messenger curated by Kaitlynn Tomaselli, imagineNATIVE.


"The Messenger brings together films that shine a light on the spirit and strength of female Indigenous filmmakers across Turtle Island. We witness the transcendence of culture through artistic expressions rooted in celebrating and uplifting our communities. Together, these films honour the continuing path of stories that future generations will share. Storytelling is a part of our identity. Our identity is our strength." - Kaitlynn Tomaselli 


Kaitlynn Tomaselli (Anishinaabe/Odawa + Potawatomi) is an emerging curator and arts administrator. She has worked with Debajehmujig Theatre Group, The Sudbury Theatre Centre, Native Earth Performing Arts, and currently is the Program Coordinator at imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts.

Bees & Space touches on the many thoughts that happen when growing up. Trinity reflects on the teachings that have been shared with her, and encourages you to be proud of yourself.


Background: Trinity Linklater is an emerging director from Thompson, Manitoba. Trinity has been engaged with filmmaking from a very young age through the Digital Lodge program. She is the recipient of the 2019 WNDX Emerging Artist Award for her film Bees & Space.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    3 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Canada
  • Director
    Trinity Linklater