Centers of Somewhere proposes an understanding of Indigeneity that is hybrid, fluctuating, and always in transit.
Enjoy a sneak peek of Perfidia, a new book from Sky Hopinka, which examines collective memory and the everyday impacts of colonial violence upon Indigenous peoples.
This weekend, the collective COUSIN presents film by directors they’ve commissioned new work from, including Colectivo Los Ingrávidos, seth cardinal dodginghorse, and more.
We reached out to artists, filmmakers, and Hyperallergic contributors to assemble a list of what we’ve been sharing on our networks, after finding inspiration in Kate Lain’s “Cabin Fever” playlist.
Year after year, True/False has provided a forum for filmmakers, critics, and viewers to do the work of considering documentary outside of its traditional boundaries.
Sky Hopinka’s rapturous feature-length debut, małni—towards the ocean, towards the shore, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, elaborates on his previous explorations of Chinuk Wawa while hewing to a more linear structure.
At Yale Union, visitors can preview the films Sky Hopinka has curated for the Biennial.
Director Sky Hopinka talks to Hyperallergic about depicting language and landscape in his shorts.
The festival has a choice selection of experimental works under its Wavelengths banner, from a documentary about Standing Rock to a film on black activist poetry in Detroit.