Free screening of "nipawistamasowin: We Will Stand Up," this Wednesday at Regina Public Library.
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Common Weal Community Arts has partnered with the Regina Public Library, Reconciliation Regina, and the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative to present a free screening of Tasha Hubbard’s powerful film "nipawistamasowin: We Will Stand Up."
Wednesday, September 18th | 6:00 pm
RPL Film Theatre 2311 12th Ave, Regina
Q&A with Associate Producer Trudy Stewart will follow the screening.
The screening is part of the RPL Film Series: Screening Truth and Reconciliation being presented in partnership with Reconciliation Regina through the month of September.
The multiple-award-winning documentary "nipawistamasowin: We Will Stand Up," is a co-production of Downstream Documentary Productions Inc. and the National Film Board of Canada. Directed by Tasha Hubbard and produced by Tasha Hubbard, Jon Montes, George Hupka, and Bonnie Thompson. The Director of Photography is George Hupka.
The documentary investigates the death of Colten Boushie, Gerald Stanley’s acquittal, and Boushie’s family’s pursuit of justice, encompassing the filmmaker’s adoption, Prairie colonial history, and visions for a safe future for Indigenous youth.
Among its other awards, this documentary was named the Best Canadian Documentary Feature at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival.
Java Post Production was pleased to do the online video post for this multiple-award-winning project:
Online Video Post Production: Java Post Production
Java Post Coordinator: Joan Speirs
Online Editor: Trevor Bennett
Colourist: Jack Tunnicliffe
Producer/DOP George Hupka (left) and Java Post Production colourist, Jack Tunnicliffe, in one of the Java Post Production edit suites.