BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE: CARRY IT ON
US PREMIERE Folk singer-songwriter turned activist and philanthropist, Buffy Sainte-Marie’s 60-year career includes winning the first Academy Award for an Indigenous person, the first internet album, and an FBI file. Fearless and ahead of her time, a vibrant 80-year-old Buffy —aided by her fellow folk-singing icon Joni Mitchell—tells her own story as an abuse survivor, educator, and musical trailblazer. Canadian First Nation filmmaker Madison Thomas captures the power and beauty of this talented living legend in an informative, engaging piece of folk-music history. – Karen McMullen
This film screens in Cinépolis 4 on 11/13. Unfortunately, due to the venue’s last-minute mechanical issues beyond our control, there is no elevator or escalator access to this auditorium. The theater is accessible by stairs. If you would prefer not to climb 37 steps to attend this event, please consider purchasing a ticket for an online screening instead.
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The first screening will be followed by a Q&A with Executive Producers Rebecca Gibson and Peter Raymont.
This film contains the following accessibility options for viewers:
Closed Captioning for online screenings
All in-person screening venues provide hearing impaired listening devices upon request with venue management.
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Co-presented by the Consulate General of Canada in New York