Film Screenig: "Unarchived"

A National Film Board of Canada Exclusive Screening of Unarchived.
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” – William Faulkner
In community archives across British Columbia, local knowledge keepers are hand-fashioning a more inclusive history. Through a collage of personal interviews, archival footage and deeply rooted memories, the past, present and future come together, fighting for a space where everyone is seen and everyone belongs. History is what we all make of it. Unarchived premiered at VIFF earlier this month, but will not be available to the public until next year. This is a special screening that is exclusive to BCSSTA members.

 

 

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Friday 10:50 AM - 12:20 PM
Room Diamond Family Auditorium

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Presenter

  • National Film Board of Canada
    Ross Johnston

    Ross Johnstone is the NFB's Education Manager for Western Canada. His experience and passion is grounded in designing multi-media educational resources and programming which promote diversity, inclusion and global citizenship. With more than 20 years experience in media-arts education, Ross has been a strong advocate for developing critical thinking and media-literacy skills, and he believes in film as the means to inspire youth to become positive change-makers in their schools and communities.