Indian Horse (Contest)

WIN Passes to see : Indian Horse

(Contest open to folks in Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Halifax, Regina, Hamilton & Vancouver for an advance screening on April 11, 2018. **Expect Vancouver is April 12, 2018)

The Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity (CCGSD) is proud to partner with Indian Horse & Elevation Pictures, as part of our new program Proud Passes. Please consider making a donation to the CCGSD to help us to continue running this innovative program.   
Please enter the contest for 2 free passes by providing your name, email and requested city screening below. Winners will be selected at random and informed on April 8th, 2018. Each person may only enter the contest once.
Film Description:
Recounting the story of Saul Indian Horse and his remarkable journey from a northern Ojibway child torn from his family and placed in one of Canada’s notorious Catholic residential schools, to a man who ultimately finds his place in the world, Richard Wagamese’s best-selling novel rose to critical acclaim when first published in 2012.
Content warning for colonial violence, violence, abuse, sexual abuse, and substance abuse.
Please note that team at the CCGSD has done a full review of the movie and we are unable to speak to its content, endorse or offer trigger warnings (sorry).
A special thanks to Elevation pictures for collaborating with us!