Film Screening (Two Films)
Showing the way for the Children: The Esk’etemc people are standing up for their culture, their governance and their children. After suffering oppressive policies and having their land pre-empted, they are now healing and declaring their rightful place as caretakers of their land
Director Jeremy Williams is an award-winning Metis filmmaker who focuses his lens on environmental and cultural conservation efforts. He has produced over 100 short documentary films on environmental, cultural, and social issues. His work has been broadcast on CNN, CBC, APTN, Vision TV, and Free Speech TV, as well as screened in film festivals around the world.
Fortress Phenomenon: Somewhere in Pannonia, a massive water way that has become grey from aging, separates a town from a fortress. This effort, nevertheless, is vain for the river called the Danube, because the town and the fortress are one. The fort watches steadily over the settlement which it gave birth to.
Dragan Stojmenovic (Director) – Born in Novi Sad, Serbia in 1975. In 2000 he graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Department of Dramatic Arts, Study group Acting. He has been involved in more than 200 projects (theater, TV, film, performances).Has bagged International awards in the field of theater, film and media. Currently, he works as a teacher at the Department of Dramatic Arts, Academy of Arts, University of Novi Sad.