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Indigenous media makers are successfully gaining more control over their storytelling. Here Dallas Goldtooth and Jana Schmieding as Nelson Renville and Reagan Wells in the sitcom, ‘Rutherford Falls.’ (Goldtooth Schmieding/Peacock)

From stereotypes to sovereignty: How Indigenous media makers assert narrative control

Indigenous media have rapidly expanded over the last 30 years with Indigenous media makers gaining greater control of their narratives.
The Artdocfest president Vitaliy Manski (back left) and the jury (L-R): Polish historian and journalist Adam Michnik, Latvian theatre director Viesturs Kairišs and Russian actress Chulpan Khamatova. ArtDocFest Riga

Artdocfest is a crucial outpost of free expression on Russia’s doorstep

Artdocfest 2024 was a showcase for films that show the reality of the war in Ukraine, and the spread of Russian politics to neighbouring countries.
Ethan Hawke plays a minister in ‘First Reformed,’ (2017) a film that prompts viewers to rethink what they assume they already know, from politics to religion to the climate crisis. (A24)

Skip ‘Die Hard’ this Christmas and watch these 5 films to better understand the climate crisis

‘Somebody has to do something’: Top feature film and documentary picks from scholars examining climate change and cinema offer courage to hold contradictory truths and pursue climate solutions.

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