Reel Causes

Two Indians Talking
Reel Causes
Wed. Dec 5, 7:15pm, Vancouver International Film Centre
Canada, 2010, 96 min

Directed by: Sara McIntyre
Cast: Nathaniel Arcand, Justin Rain, Carmen Moore, Denyc, Sam Bob, Ashley Harry

Two Indians Talking is a comedic drama about the conflicting opinions of two First Nations men as they prepare to set up a roadblock. Each man wants fiercely to do the right thing, but struggles with the question, “When you do something for the right reasons, does that make it the right thing to do?”

Proceeds go to the Urban Native Youth Association
The Urban Native Youth Association is Metro Vancouver’s only Native youth program-providing organization, we work to empower Native youth through our 21 programs which include education & training, personal support, live-in programs, and sports & recreation. Our main goal is to provide opportunities that can help Native youth to reach their full potential and personal goals. Our work also includes community development, training, research, educational materials, and advocacy.

www.creatingopportunitiesforyouth.com

Reel Causes
Making a change through the power of one film

“Film can promote the idea of change without any political message whatsoever but in its form and language can tell people that they can change their lives and contribute to progressive changes in the world.”
~ Wim Wenders

Our hope is to expand this socially innovative model across the country. In order to carry out our dream we have identified the strategic direction, goals, priorities and actions over the next three years in order to establish, sustain and grow Reel Causes Society. The following is a high-level overview of a more detailed internal strategic plan.

http://reelcauses.org/about-us/

If we would like to know what is going on, we could go to a movie. What we could do is increase the contribution of our movies to inform, to create conversation, and to excite interest in ideas and opportunities.

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www.centreforcanadianfilm.com