Four Faces of the Moon
In Four Faces of the Moon, we witness the impact and legacy of the railways, the slaughter of the buffalo and colonial land policies. This multi-layered approach to storytelling may leave you with more questions than answers: it is an invitation to look into your own understanding of history, legacy and the importance in knowing who you are and where you’re from.
Directed by Amanda Strong
Amanda Strong is an Indigenous (Michif) interdisciplinary artist with a focus on stop motion animations. Strong is the owner/director/producer of Spotted Fawn Productions, based on unceded Coast Salish territories, a studio that utilizes a multi-layered approach and unconventional methods centered in collaboration on all aspects of their work.