CASCADIA partners with Children of the Setting Sun Productions to present ‘Kayak To Klemtu’
CASCADIA is excited to partner with Children of the Setting Sun Productions to co-present the film “Kayak To Klemtu,” a narrative feature by Canadian director Zoe Hopkins, who is Heiltsuk/Mohawk, in the local Treaty Day Film Festival January 19. The festival is one that we hope to continue to partner with in the future as well. Children of the Setting Sun Productions is a local production company dedicated to marketing Native American performance arts.
MORE ABOUT THE 2019 TREATY DAY FILM FESTIVAL
Two days of films showcasing the resilience of Indigenous peoples in honor of the Point Elliot Treaty of 1855 between the Lummi Nation and the U.S. government.
Two features, a series of short films, and panel discussion with filmmakers.
Saturday, January 19 2:45 – 5:45 (doors at 2:15)
Sunday, January 20 12 – 3 (doors at 11:30)
@Pickford Film Center, 1318 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA
Edge of the Knife: The first feature film made entirely in the Haida language is a stunning cinematic achievement and a spellbinding tale of pride, tragedy, and remorse set in Haida Gwaii in the 1800s.
Kayak to Klemtu: After her uncle’s death, a 14-year-old girl must speak on his behalf against a proposed pipeline that would bring oil tanker traffic to the waters around her hometown in British Columbia.
The Roundhouse | Theresa Keliya Warbus (Sto:lo)
Waiting for God | CSSP Original
We’ll Always Have Toynbee | Sonia Bonspille Boileau (Mohawk)
Salmon People | CSSP Original