nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up

  • Saturday 7 March | 9:30 am | Library Screen 1 and 2
  • Society, Indigenous, Politics
  • Canada, 2019
  • 98 min


First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI)


Colten Boushie, a young Cree man from Saskatchewan, was killed by a bullet to the head on Gerald Stanley’s farm in 2016. After an investigation and trial, Stanley was found not guilty of second-degree murder. The verdict drew national attention and public outcry. Indigenous filmmaker Tasha Hubbard follows the Boushie family on a courageous journey all the way to the United Nations. (Winner HotDocs, DOXA, DGA, RIDM)

“Powerful work of activist cinema.” – Peter Howell, Toronto Star


Tasha Hubbard