Thursday March 22 @ 12-2pm | Intersections talk with Sarah deCarlo (Ojibwe) in conversation with Jen


deCarlo and Cole discussed deCarlo's film work, including the complex, dark parody, Land of the Silver Birch. Sarah DeCarlo is an Ojibway soulful singer/songwriter, musician and filmmaker from Peterborough, Ontario. Her films have screened at Optic Nerve, Image+Nation, Imaginenative and Weeneebeg Film Festivals.She has had a wide range of experiences working in First Nations communities in various capacities. For nine years she has worked with the Cree Nation of Wemindji located in Northern Quebec completing various contracts including proposal development, community development and as a youth arts and video animator.


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