Much scholarship points to how ecological concerns are never far from Indigenous struggles for political sovereignty and public participation. In this paper we turn to the Indigenous film festival as a relatively understudied yet rich site to explore such ecological concerns. Specifically, we highlight the ImagineNATIVE 2012 film festival based in Toronto, Canada.
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Salma Monani and Miranda Brady, “ImagineNATIVE 2012: Indigenous Film Festival as Ecocinematic Space” in Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 13.3-4 (2013, online only).
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