The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative and Sâkêwêwak are looking for moving image work by Indigenous and two-spirit filmmakers and members to screen at this year's Storytellers Festival at the Drag & Dance event on February 18th, 2023. The works will be silent on loop for the duration of the dance party. Submissions can be analog, digital, gifs, creative b-roll, or moving image work in any style or genre.
Submissions chosen for screening will be compensated with a screening fee of $75 based on IMAA rates, a complementary festival pass, merch from Sâkêwêwak, and recognition at the event and on social media.
All filmmakers who take time to submit their footage will be compensated with $20 in Filmpool Bucks to be used towards equipment rentals.
Application form found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdNv89ZP4hUoIm0aTgLUziw5sQmze3v05w23G4FNsgPV-IndA/viewform
About the Festival The Sâkêwêwak Annual Storyteller’s Festival is a community based, multidisciplinary arts showcase featuring Indigenous artists. During this annual event, many Indigenous artists are invited to participate as an opportunity to share their diverse artistic practices with the Regina community.
About the Event Join host Dayna Danger for a night of Indigenous joys. Begin the night with two deadly drag performances, then let the disco ball spin, leave your cares behind, and get ready to dance! Featuring captivating performances by artists Adrienne Huard, Mavis Vontrese, DJ Boogey the Beat, Erroll Kinistino, Lilla Fayant, Iris James, and Zoë James.