This April, cinéSPEAK present RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS (2013) -- an Indigenous teen girl - centered revenge film
About this Event:
Every 2nd Thursday of the month, you can catch a wide array of films at The Rotunda, curated by filmmakers and presenters from all around the city as part of The Bright Bulb Screening Series.
This April, CinéSPEAK present RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS (2013) -- an Indigenous teen girl - centered revenge film --the feature debut from, Jeff Barnaby.
DOORS @ 6:30PM // FILM BEGINS @ 7PM
ADMISSION: FREE! **Snacks + Drinks available with donation**
WATC THE TRAILER: www.youtube.com/watch?v=feWS9simNFI
In 1976, a Mi'gMaq teenager (Devery Jacobs) plots revenge against the sadistic Indian agent (Mark Antony Krupa) who imprisoned her on a reservation school. This film is based on the history of abuse of the First Nations people by government agents, including a large number of reported cases of abuse of residential school children.