The International Festival of Films on Art - 39TH Edition from March 16 to 28, 2021

Red Road

Canada | 2019 | 5 min
French | Subtitles in English
Cinematography: Pierre-Luc Junet, Benoît Le Rouzès Ménard, Elvis Petiquay, Roddy Ruperthouse
Cast: Olivia McDougall, Nebis Polson-Kitsabish, Wayne Valin-McDougall
Editing: Pierre-Luc Junet, Benoît Le Rouzès Ménard
Sound: Elvis Petiquay, Roddy Ruperthouse, Elvis Petiquay
Director: Wayne Valin-McDougall

Synopsis

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World premiere -

After struggling with gambling and alcohol, Wayne Valin McDougall was able to re-engage with life by exploring his traditional culture. Making its world premiere, the film is a touching story of redemption set to the colourful and festive backdrop of the pow-wow.

Directors

Wayne Valin-McDougall

Wayne Valin-McDougall is Anishinaabe-Innu and was born in Amos. It is very important for him to share his traditional culture with others. After appearing in William Valin-Madzolini's 2018 short Le pow wow (The Powwow), he directed his first film, Red Road, with the Wapikoni the following year.

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