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First Nations Film Festival (Virtual)

May 30 - June 3


First Nations Film Festival

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Get ready to immerse yourself in the power of First Nations storytelling at the First Nations Film Festival 2023 (FNFF)! [Yes: We’ve renamed VIFF – the Virtual Indigenous Film Festival]

The groundbreaking film festival is back to celebrate of First Nations culture, bringing together filmmakers, artists, and community to engage in meaningful live-chat discussions and empower us all to #BeAVoiceForGenerations.

Experience the best of First Nations cinema with award-winning features, documentaries, and short films, all accessible over five days on our unique streaming platform, FanForceTV.

And with our carefully curated lineup centered around the themes of Reconciliation Week, you’re sure to be moved and inspired by the stories told.

This year’s theme, “Be A Voice For Generations,” is a call to action to support positive change that will benefit both present and future generations. As we celebrate Reconciliation Week, let’s come together to honour the voices of First Nations artists and filmmakers who have used their talents to inspire change and make a difference in their communities.

Don’t miss out on the incredible lineup, including powerful films like “You Can Go Now,” “Alick and Albert,” “Lake of Scars,” and an incredible selection of short films like “Wirnitj,” “Djaambi,” and “Close To The Bone.”

Join us for an unforgettable cinematic experience at the First Nations Film Festival 2023. Grab your All Access Pass now and be a part of the movement to #BeAVoiceForGenerations.

Five nights of FIRST NATIONS stories

We invite you to watch these incredible films with us and participate in the live chat. Let’s be a voice for change and join together in the ongoing work of reconciliation. [ Individual Film Ticket Purchase coming soon! ]

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