The long awaited premier of the documentary, “Three Circles – The Past, Present and Future of the Denesułiné of Łuéchogh Túé” will take place on October 21st to coincide with the grand opening of the newly renovated Council Chambers.
The film showcases our history, beginning with the signing of the original Treaty 6, the seizing of the Air Weapons Range (CLAWR) and the modern rebirth of Cold Lake First Nations as a leader in Industry and economic growth. Filmed entirely in and around Łuéchogh Túé and starring only Cold Lake First Nations members, the film provides a fist hand view of the strength and determination of our community and our ability to overcome adversity through our guiding ethos “The Three Circles of Livelihood”.
Showing after our film, as the feature presentation, is a special screening of “Guitar Lessons”, a recently released, Alberta made, independent film starring musician Corb Lund and comedian Conway Kootenay. The film is making rounds across small communities in northern Alberta. Filmed in and around High Level and featuring a predominantly indigenous cast, it tells the story of a struggling 15 year old and an ageing musician turned old oilman, who together learn about life while bonding over guitar lessons. Yet to be announced cast members will be in attendance and a Q+A and autograph session will take place after the showing.
The event is 12+, starting at 6pm at the CLFN Administration Building.
Tickets for the event are free but seats are limited. A live stream will be available for the premier of “Three Circles”.
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