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Rustic Oracle, Sonia Boileau

Set in the late 90s, Rustic Oracle is a dramatic feature about Ivy, an 8-year-old girl trying to understand what happened to her big sister who has vanished from their small Mohawk community. With minimal clues, Ivy and her mother Susan embark on an unwelcome journey to find Heather which will ultimately bring the pair closer together despite challenging circumstances. Behind the story of desperation, told through the eyes of a child, lies one of hope, growth, awakening and love.

This screening of Rustic Oracle will open with a short film by Adrienne Kaye, a filmmaker and Film Production student at the University of Regina. As an Indigenous filmmaker, she aims to bring awareness to the many issues that Indigenous peoples face. Ethical Indigenous representation means the world to her.

Following these screenings, there will be a Q&A in the SaskTel Theatre with director Adrienne Kaye and the Treaty 6 Cinema Club organizers.


Rustic Oracle
Directed by Sonia Boileau
2019, Canada, 98 minutes, PG-13

Presented in partnership with Treaty 6 Cinema Club

Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.

Where

SaskTel Theatre

This June, Cinema at the Museum presents a series of films in honour of both Indigenous History and Pride Month. These films reflect on and examine themes of identity, resilience, intersectionality, community, and care from a wide range of Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ filmmakers. Throughout the month, the museum will host several screenings presented in partnership with Saskatoon community organizations that speak to their values and respective communities.

This screening is presented in partnership with Treaty 6 Cinema Club, a pop-up cinema project based in Saskatoon and area, dedicated to creating a community of film enthusiasts through accessible public screenings of independent films. Their programming spotlights a rotating line-up of guest filmmakers, and provides a platform for them to share their moving image works and guest curate a feature film to follow. All profits generated through their screenings are paid forward to Indigenous-focused non-profit organizations operating within our communities and on Treaty 6 lands.

This screening is free and open to the public.

June 8 at 7:00PM

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