Aboriginality Viewing Guide

Aboriginality Viewing Guide
Aboriginality Viewing Guide
Aboriginality Viewing Guide
Aboriginality Viewing Guide
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Viewing guide for the short film Aboriginality, which explores the cultural identity of First Nations people. Film is available for free on the National Film Board website.

Synopsis: Follow Dallas Arcand, an urban youth, as he heads down the mystical Red Road to re-connect with new and traditional elements of First Nations culture. Dallas is a world champion hoop dancer and hip-hop artist aiming to connect urban Indigenous young people to their rural ancestral histories. He's a 7th generation Cree from Alexander (Kipohtakaw) First Nation. Directed by Dominique Keller, Aboriginality fuses animation by Dan Gies with live-action dance directed by Tom Jackson.

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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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