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Cinema at the Museum: Ever Deadly

This free public screening of Tanya Tagaq & Chelsea McMullan’s Ever Deadly is presented in honour of National Indigenous Peoples Day

This June, Cinema at the Museum presents a series of films in honour of both Indigenous History Month and Pride Month. These films reflect on and examine themes of identity, sexuality, freedom, decolonization, human rights, intersectionality, grief, and healing from a wide range of Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ filmmakers.

Friday, June 21, 7 PM
Film: Ever Deadly
Director: Tanya Tagaq & Chelsea McMullan
Year: 2022
Runtime: 90 minutes
Country: Canada
Rating: PG

Ever Deadly is an immersive, visceral music and cinema experience featuring Tanya Tagaq, avant-garde Inuk throat singer, and created in collaboration with award-winning filmmaker Chelsea McMullan. This documentary explores Tagaq’s transformation of sound with an eye to colonial fallout, natural freedom and Canadian history. Ever Deadly weaves concert footage with stunning sequences filmed on location in Nunavut, seamlessly bridging landscapes, stories and songs with pain, anger and triumph—all through the expressions of one of the most innovative musical performers of our time.

This screening is free and open to the public.
Thank you to the National Film Board of Canada for assisting with this screening.

Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.


SaskTel Theatre

June 21 at 7:00PM 9:00PM

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