Join the Woodland Cultural Centre for an exciting fall movie night! Held at the Gathering Place, we will be screening the child-friendly Brother Bear (2003) from 6:00-7:30 and 13+ Smoke Signals (1998) from 7:35-9:00.
Location: Gathering Place by the Grand, 2593 Chiefswood Road, Ohsweken
Each ticket bought will automatically enter you into our raffle, winners will be announced on social media after the films!
“Brother Bear” is an animated comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Kenai (Joaquin Phoenix) is a young Indian brave with a particular distaste for bears. When his brother Sitka (D.B. Sweeney) is killed by one, Kenai in turn kills the bear, only to be magically transformed into one himself.
“Smoke Signals” directed by Chris Eyre and written by Sherman Alexie, features Adam Beach, Gary Farmer, Evan Adams and Irene Bedard. Hitting its 24th year, this film remains in history as the first directed, written and co-produced large scale film by an indigenous production team. Film contains: Mild language and mild violence. Suggested audience 13+
Proceeds of the movie night will go towards the Woodland Cultural Centre, creating more events like these in the future. Join us September 29, 2022 at 6pm at Gathering Place!
Cost: $10 donation to the education department at the Woodland Cultural Centre