Reframe Film Festival

“It’s Our Time to Have a Voice”: Curve Lake Stories told at ReFrame Film Festival
On January 27th, ReFrame Film Festival held Wshkiigmong Dibaajmownan/Curve Lake Storytellers — an event which featured screenings of six short films produced as part of a project in Market Hall.
ReFrame Review: Boil Alert
Arthur Journalist Kiki Paterson reviews Boil Alert, a film that highlights the devastating realities for Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and the importance of water for Indigenous identity.
ReFrame Review: Sew to Say
The 2022 documentary Sew to Say, directed by Rakel Aguirre, recounts the story of a woman named Thalia who began a non-violent, textile-based campaign in the 1980s to combat the proliferation of nuclear weapons—specifically the deployment of American cruise missiles to the United Kingdom as part of the U.S. Cold War strategy.
Radio Free Arthur
The Arthur crew are back, beleaguered, and in the studio for the first time this year. With a busy week of ReFrame reviews bogging them down, they discuss the entries for this year's documentary film festival, some exciting new about Cleantech Commons, and a brand new segment from the courts, courtesy of Arthur's own sports correspondent
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