Radio & Television

Hollywood Suite to celebrate Indigenous films on National Canadian Film Day

TORONTO — Hollywood Suite announced today it will present a full day of programming showcasing Indigenous filmmakers, artists and stories on its Hollywood Suite 2000s Movies channel on April 20 to mark National Canadian Film Day. Among the movies to be featured are Jeremy Torrie’s horror film The Corruption of Divine Providence (2020), Shirley Cheechoo’s drama Bearwalker (2001), and Indian Horse (2017), an adaptation of Ojibway writer Richard Wagamese’s award-winning novel of the same name, which sheds light on the dark history of residential schools. Other film highlights include Stream Me (2020), After the Last River (2015) and The Snow Walker (2003). “With events that have recently unfolded and continue to be...

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