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Empower. Celebrate. Preserve.

Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2023

Join us for our Annual General Meeting where we will reflect on the past year's achievements and discuss future plans and opportunities. It's a chance for you to meet and engage with industry professionals, fellow filmmakers, and the Weengushk Film Institute community.


Date: January 23, 2024


Tom Peltier Centre
Weengushk Film Institute
5494 HWY 540
M'Chigeeng, ON

Whether you're a student, alumni, or a friend of the Institute, your presence and input are valuable to us. Let's come together to celebrate our collective accomplishments and pave the way for another year of cinematic excellence.

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The contributions of Indigenous youth are paramount to the richness and depth of the Canadian arts landscape. We're committed to acknowledging, fostering, and elevating these narratives. Through our diverse programs, the tapestry of Indigenous stories finds its rightful place, amplifying Canada's cultural legacy.


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