Love on the Street
will be featured at BEEDAWBUN, an Aboriginal Art Exhibition of Humber College’s indigenous students andindigenous artists working in the GTA. Exhibition opens Tuesday November 24th, 2015 and runs until January 22nd, 2016 at theNorth Space Gallery. More at Humber.ca

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Join us for Love on the Street at the Asinabka Festival in Ottawa as a part of the Shorts Program (Auditorium, National Gallery of Canada, Friday June 22, 7:30-8:30pm) called Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco.

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Love on the Street has been selected as part of the 8th Annual Regent Park Film Festival, November 3- 6, 2010. For more information check out their Twitter feed.

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Winnipeg Film Group presents KEEPERS OF THE EARTH: First Nations Women Directors. Toronto filmmaker and curator Michelle Latimer introduces a program of new short film and video work from emerging Aboriginal women artists. Check it out!

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Many thanks to the Dreamspeakers Film Festival 2010 for screening Love on the Street, June 2nd – 5th in Edmonton Alberta!

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VTape proudly distributes Love on the Street

by Andrew on February 11, 2010

We are very happy to announce that Love on the Street is now proudly distributed by VTape in Toronto. You can contact them here.

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Love on the Street screening at WAFF

October 27, 2009

Come out and see Love on the Street at the Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival! The five-day Festival opens on Wednesday, November 18 and runs through to Sunday, November 22. The upcoming complete list of official film and video selections will be posted on the web-site at www.aboriginalfilmfest.org.

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Big Thanks to Everyone at imagineNATIVE

October 15, 2009

A big warm heartfelt thanks to imagineNATIVE, and everyone who made this film possible including the Canada Council for the Arts. Sylvia joined us for the screening, and the film was very well received by the community.

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Eye Weekly write about Love on the Street

October 15, 2009

Browse on over to Eye Weekly for a great overview of the imagineNATIVE film + media arts festival, and read their wonderful praise for our short documentary: Much better is the short doc Love on the Street (***, plays with Jackpot), which marries beautifully shot urban landscape sequences with unguarded interview subjects discussing homelessness and […]

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Screening: Love on the Street @ imagineNATIVE

October 9, 2009

http://www.imaginenative.org/program.php?id=70 Thursday, October 15, 2009 7:00pm – 9:00pm Al Green Theatre at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre Toronto, ON Admission is $7, and stay for the documentary “Jackpot”.

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