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In partnership with The Broadway Theatre‘s Winterruption 
January 24–25, 2020, 9:30–10pm
École Victoria School Tipi (Behind École Victoria School)
Curated by Lenore M Maier, PAVED Arts Technical Director.

FREE, everyone welcome, seating is very limited, so be sure to come early!
PAVED Arts is proud to present Tipi Theatre for the second year in a row! Join us inside the Ecole Victoria School Tipi for some short films featuring the work of Prairie-based indigenous filmmakers, exploring themes of colonialism, gender fluidity, racism, rematriation, cultural appropriation and cultural celebration.
Tipi Theatre 2020 Program
Running Time 22:48
Heart – Sam Karney
2015 – 2:42
Filmmaker Sam Karney, and poet Katherena Vermette, journey to Winnipeg’s North End, one of the most economically depressed and violent neighbourhoods’ in Canada, only to find some of the most wonderful and warm people, dispelling many of the preconceptions of the people who call the place home.
Sahkihitok – Written and Directed by Kevin Wesaquate Artist
Filmed and Edited by Sean Kiskotagan
2019 – 4:32
A look at Indigenous Performance Art. Sahkihitok emerges from the dark alleyways of Saskatoon to streetlights seeking symbols of love and community. Thank to the Sask Arts Board for their support.
The Unbothered by Shawn Cuthand
2019 – 3:36
Two Hikers in Saskatchewan stumble upon an unbothered tribe hidden in the bush. The question remains: who will assimilate who?
Written and directed by Shawn Cuthand
Director of Photography Matthew Ladoucer
Starring Lancelot Knight, Cory Standing, Nicole de Gooijer and Shannon Mallory
“SmokedoutCypha/306 Love” – Sean Kiskotagan
2018 – 4:33
“Would You”(Eekwol & T-Rhyme) by Alrheanna Laprise
2019 – 2:53
Hi my name is Alrheanna Laprise. I am 13 years old and I am metis. During the summer I made a video and today you are going to watch it. The song is about loving everyone but importantly loving yourself. I believe that loving yourself is the key to doing well. If you don’t love yourself it will be harder to succeed. These lyrics sounded really inspiring for me because for a while I didn’t really like myself which made me kinda sad most of the time. So when Rebecca told me I’d be going to a video making camp during my summer vacation I wasn’t happy to be getting up so early. As the week went onI was kinda surprised that my opinions changed. I felt happier and more excited to get up and be creative. To learn to love myself. I’m really proud of how my music video turned out and I hope you enjoy it.
Skate Break by Peatr Thomas
2019 | 4:32
Young man takes a break from work, skateboarding along to see his favourite Winnipeg murals.