Teueikan Award – 1st Prize (artistic merit) Wiñaypacha – de Oscar Catacora – Pérou 2017 87m – v.o. aymara, STA Teueikan Award – 2nd Prize Mud – de Shaandiin Tome – États-Unis 2018 10m – v.o. anglaise Finalist Ex-Pajé Rigoberta-Menchu Award – 1st Prize (social significance) Ara Pyau – A Guarani Spring – de Carlos Eduardo Magalhães – Brésil 2018 76m Rigoberta-Menchu…

For the 28th edition of the First People’s Festival, we are looking for volunteers who would like to participate in a large scale live theater show. The theatre show entitled «Ioskeha and Tawiscara: The Great Game of Creation» will be presented on August 10 and 12, 2018, starting at 8:30 pm at the Quartier des…

Mission of Présence autochtone/First Peoples’ Festival Develop links between the artistic and cultural rebirth of the First Peoples and the cultural dynamism of a great metropolis, in a sustainable development perspective based on friendship among peoples, diversity of sources of expression as a collective treasure to be shared and through recognition of the specificity of…

Michael Smith, the man who founded the American Indian Film Institute and the American Indian Film Festival, passed away on Wed., Feb. 14, 2018 in San Francisco. Visionary, Smith founded the first-ever American Indian Film Festival that marked its 42nd year in November 2017. This event opened the way to all the festivals that have…

2018 Festival awards 2018 Festival awards

Teueikan Award – Wiñaypacha

By Oscar Catacora – Peru 2017 87m 

Rigoberta Menchu Award – Ara Pyau – A Guarani Spring

By Carlos Eduardo Magalhães – Brazil 2018 76m