Film as Body, Land and Story
Confronting Colonial History with Indigenous Dance
Keywords:Indigenous film, Dance, Decolonial arts, Colonization, Residential schools
Dancing the Space Inbetween
Directed by Lacy Morin-Desjarlais.
Written by Lacy Morin-Desjarlais, Michele Sereda
CA, 2015, color, 7 min.
Dancing the Space Inbetween is a short dance film conceived by Lacy Morin-Desjarlais in collaboration with Michele Sereda, inspired by the Regina Indian Industrial School’s unmarked cemetery in Regina, Saskatchewan.
This review focuses on the short dance film, Dancing the Space Inbetween. It approaches Indigenous perspectives and storytelling to honor stories of Indigenous people and the land.
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