SJFF 2022 – BLOCK 4 – The Doctrine of Recovery [Hybrid]
Watch in person: Sep. 29 at 9pm
$13 General Admission
$5 – $25 Sliding Scale
$50 – $125 Sliding Scale
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The Doctrine of Recovery
(Brisind, US, 2022, 75 min, in English)
CW: disturbing themes of patriarchy and white supremacy
“This documentary is a crucial step on our healing path forward,” says RoseAnne Archibald, Assembly of First Nations Chief. “Three generations of First Nations’ women speak to how the Doctrine of Discovery continues to loom over every aspect of our lives as Tribal people. Visually beautiful, it inspires without ever shying away from the impacts of genocide authored in the Papal Bull of 1493. The Doctrine of Recovery is a call to action for reparations and revoking the Doctrine of Discovery.”
Header photo credit: The Doctrine of Recovery, dir. Brisind
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- If you have purchased a Hybrid or In-Person-Only Festival Pass, we’ll be able to look you up at Will Call by the name you purchased under.
(Keil Orion Troisi, Molly Gore, US, 2021, 12 min, in English)
CW: simulated bird conflict including fake blood
Trickster environmental activists pretending to be oil behemoth Total stage a satirical press conference to introduce “RéHabitat,” a plan to rescue animals from the East African Oil Pipeline by relocating them to “more sustainable” habitats in France. Using humor and mischief, they expose a deadly ecological and humanitarian disaster in a zany effort to help #StopEACOP.
Therefore, Socrates is Mortal
(Alexandre Isabelle, Canada, 2021, 12 min, in French with English subtitles)
Facing the climate crisis, Louise, a philosophy teacher, turns words into action.