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White Noise

White Noise

Joleen Mitton

Canada | 2019 | 5 min
Inspired by a performance piece by Joleen Mitton, this short film features two Indigenous youths, a man and a woman, who recreate the dangers and threats they have faced from the beginning of colonization until now. Following a ritual purification of white influence, they return to the land where an elder incarnates wisdom and protection.
Director Joleen Mitton
Editing Jean-Philippe Marquis, Joleen Mitton, Emmet Walsh
Sound Jean-Philippe Marquis, Emmet Walsh
Cinematography Jean-Philippe Marquis, Rose Stiffarm, Cameron Watts

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Joleen Mitton

Joleen Mitton

Joleen Mitton comes from the Sawridge Band and was born in Vancouver, BC. Joleen’s passion for sport, art, fashion, design and social justice has led her to focus on producing Indigenous fashion shows and basketball tournaments across the city. Joleen has succeeded in raising awareness for local Indigenous fashion and the Native basketball community by hosting these events. She recognizes art and sport have a massive power in transforming and connecting people to their communities. She is dedicated to improving the lives of people in her community, working intimately with a number of local non-profits putting her PR, marketing, social media and producing skills to good use.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Healing Journey One Button at a Time (2017) ; White Noise (2018)

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