A Mile in Our Moccasins
– Journeys to Adäka by Fritz Mueller

A Mile in Our Moccasins

A short film created by Indigenous youth. It is the film’s purpose to combat HIV stigma and discrimination by giving insight into the realities and challenges faced by young people living with HIV.  A Mile in Our Moccasins was created by Lulu Gurney (Kincolith, BC); Martin Morberg (Whitehorse, Yukon); William Flett (Haida Gwaii); Preston Leon (Burns Lake, BC); Christina Tom (Prince George, BC) (20min)

Journeys to Adäka

Journeys to Adäka takes us into carving sheds, kitchens and community halls where artists and their families are reconnecting with their ancestors, healing, and moving personal mountains to each find their light.
The process is familiar – rehearsals, training, crafting – but the backdrop of distant northern communities and the intimate access serve up both difficult lessons and inspiration. Journeys to Adäka paints a moving portrait of self-empowered indigenous communities at an inflection point in our history. This documentary was produced in association with Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association. (57 min)

For more info: Journeys to Adäka


Date & Time: February 21 2018 @7PM (Q&A to follow screening)
Location: Vancity Culture Lab (1895 Venables St, Vancouver, BC V5L 2H6)
Price: Pay-What-You-Can