Abaznoda

Abaznoda tells the story of Charlotte, a young Abenaki artist who makes baskets from black ash. The legacy that she carries of all the generations that preceded her drives her to excel in her passion for basket weaving.

Directed by

Charlotte Gauthier-Nolett

Presented in partnership with

Wapikoni Mobile

2023 | 10 min | French

Featured selections

NatiVisions Film Festival États-Unis 2023
Indigenous Film & Arts Festival États-Unis 2023
Skoden Indigenous Film Festival Canada 2024

Filmmaker’s country: Canada
Country of filming: Canada
Country of production: Canada

6 pm | Screening
Co-presented with Wapikoni Mobile and McCord Stewart Museum

7:30 pm | Presentation
Jack Belhumeur, guest filmmaker and session programmer (Wapikoni Mobile)
Terry Jones, director of Soup For My Brother

Thursday, May 9

6 pm | McCord Stewart Museum

5:30 pm Audience welcome
6 pm Screening begins

690 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, QC
H3A 1E9

Free admission, subject to availability

May 9th films