FIFA at the McCord Museum

Thursday, February 27, 2020, at 6 p.m.

Black Indians

Screenings

The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) and the McCord Museum have organized a full program of documentaries on fashion, photography and artistic expression. There will be a screening with guests the last Thursday of each month. Mark it on your calendar!

Black Indians

Screening of the documentary Black Indians, which focuses on a little-known minority in the United States: people of dual Indigenous and African-American heritage. The film takes a look at Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans and the Black Indian community tradition of staging a flamboyant parade in honour of its ancestors.

Full of joyful music and dance, Black Indians explores the roots of call and response, a musical form that is the last living African cultural tradition and one of the sources of jazz.

Presented as part of Black History Month, the screening will be followed by a discussion of the issue of the expression of ethnically mixed identities, hosted by Michael A. Farkas, president of the Black History Month round table.

Black Indians, France, 2018, 91 min., Jo Béranger, Edith Patrouilleau and Hugues Poulain
In English, with French subtitles

FIFA at the McCord Museum

There will be a screening with guests the last Thursday of each month. Mark it on your calendar!
See the program

Free activity, seating is limited.
Location: J.A. Bombardier Theatre, McCord Museum

Member privilege: Reserve your seat!
Museum Members can make reservations for activities. They also have unlimited free access to the McCord Museum, Stewart Museum, and a host of other privileges. Become a Member today!

Not to be missed!

In collaboration with
McCord_Logo_FIFA_70px

Free unlimited

Members benefit from unlimited free access to the McCord and Stewart exhibitions, and many more privileges.

Become a Member now

Be an insider

Subscribe to our mailing list, and be the first to know about our exhibitions and activities.

Subscribe now