Many thanks to Grace Franklin who has highlighted this GRAMNet film series to us. The first “screening” is on 22nd April 6pm and celebrates English Language Day by showing” Plouffe. The film can be watched for free between 15-22 April (requires registration via eventbrite to receive the link) and there will be a ZOOM live discussion on 22nd April.
This month, the GRAMNet/BEMIS Film Series was inspired by English Language Day, celebrating the languages that bring us together as well as soon-to-be-forgotten languages and oral traditions. As our venue, the CCA, remains closed, we invite you all to join us online, from wherever you are, in watching the powerful documentary Those Who Come, Will Hear and in participating to a discussion around indigenous languages, cultures and traditions of remote communities in Quebec.
Register here to receive the link to view the film in your own time and the link for the live discussion with the director – Simon Plouffe – and Professor Alison Phipps on 22 April, from 6pm, via Zoom.
The event takes place on the same date – Wednesday, 22 April – and at the same time – 6pm – but with a slightly different format:
- You can watch the film online, at your own convenience, anytime…
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