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The National Film Board of Canada presents the Vancouver Premiere of:

F I N D I N G  D A W N

7pm on Thursday, November 2, 2006

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Pacific Cinematheque
1131 Howe St, Vancouver BC
http://www.amnesty.ca/filmfest http://www.amnesty.ca/filmfest 

Dawn Crey. Ramona Wilson. Daleen Kay Bosse. These are just three of the estimated 500 Aboriginal women who have gone missing or been murdered in Canada over the past thirty years. In Finding Dawn, acclaimed Métis filmmaker Christine Welsh takes us on an epic journey into the dark heart of Native women’s experience in this country from Vancouver’s skid row to the “Highway of Tears” in northern British Columbia, and onward to Saskatoon, where the murders of Native women remain unresolved. Along the road to honour those who have passed, she uncovers inspiring stories of strength, courage and resilience, as communities come together to stem the tide of violence.

For tickets: http://www.ticketstonight.ca http://www.ticketstonight.ca  phone 604.684.2787
Filmmaker will be in attendance

Official Selection of the San Francisco Annual American Indian Film Festival and the ImagineNative Film + Media Arts Festival.

http://www.nfb.ca/findingdawn http://www.nfb.ca/findingdawn

 

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Film goes beyond missing woman's case

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016