Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival Third Largest In North American

The Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival (WAFF) opened Wednesday, November 24th and runs to Sunday, November 28th; it is packed with guests, educational events and more than 40 new indigenous films (about 10 features and more than 30 shorts) from Canada and the world.
Screenings take place at the University of Winnipeg’s Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall and Cinematheque. The gathering is the third-largest showcase of aboriginal cinema in North America, according to Coleen Rajotte WAFF artistic director, after Toronto’s ImagineNATIVE and the San Francisco fest.