Journeys to Adäka: Documentary Film from Yukon, Canada

October 13 - October 18

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Details

Explore the vast and beautiful northern landscape of Yukon, Canada in this stunning documentary that follows seven Indigenous artists as they prepare for the Adäka Cultural Festival. Visit the carving sheds, kitchens, and community halls and soak up the cultural richness that these lands and people offer.

For more information about the documentary, the artists, and the Adäka Cultural Festival, visit www.journeystoadaka.com and www.adakafestival.ca.

The film will be available for viewing on this page between October 13 and 18, 2020. (57 minutes)

Acknowledgement

Presented by Government of Yukon, in partnership with Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association, and Sagafish Media Inc.

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Authors/Artists
Ann Smith, Brian Walker, Carmen Baker, Chantal Rondeau, Dakhká Khwáan Dancers, Dena Zagi, Dennis Shorty, Diyet van Lieshout, Gary Sidney Johnson, Sagafish Media Inc., Selkirk Spirit Dancers, Wayne Price, Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association
Language

English

Topics

Art book | Art | Design, Children and Young Adult Media, Dance, Film, Indigenous, Music, New Generation, Nonbooks, Performing Arts, Tourism / Travel, Women, Youth