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Vancouver Aboriginal Film Festival

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
August 17, 2003
Vancouver, BC IMAGeNation

Vancouver Aboriginal Film Festival
Now In Its 6th Successful Year!
February 26 - 29, 2004

Vancouver - After 5 successful years, IMAGeNation Aboriginal Film and
Video Festival will be held in February 2004 instead of our usual
November festival dates. Celebrating the best in Aboriginal film and
video production, the new festival will be held from February 26 to
29th, 2004 at various eastside venues.

With the generous support of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
(APTN) and the Canada Council for the Arts, IMAGeNation is certain the
6th annual Vancouver Aboriginal Film & Video Festival will prove to be
both entertaining and enlightening, as well as a source of inspiration
and hope to a new generation of filmmakers.

This year's festival will feature a Native Youth film and video
showcase reflecting the diversity of Indigenous voices. Our Opening
Night Gala will celebrate the diversity of Indigenous media makers
that shape the world of cinema, as well as the vitality of the
Canadian film and video industry. Our panel discussions will
investigate several current issues and cultural practices amongst
Aboriginal media makers and will provide a chance to make valuable
connections with industry professionals.

Date: Feb. 26-29, 2004
Location: Van. Aboriginal Friendship Centre, Van East Cinema, various
venues.

For more information:
Cleo Reece (604) 871-0173
http://www.imag-nation.com/
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