Brother, I Cry + Q&A

With a deeply moving performance from Nêhiyaw actor Justin Rain, Jessie Anthony’s first feature film offers a timely story of the ramifications of cultural loss and disconnection. Jon is a young Indigenous man struggling to keep it together as addiction and the pain of intergenerational trauma engulfs him. Brother, I Cry looks at the ways in which Indigenous families love and heal through spiritual and cultural practices.
Director: Jessie Anthony – Onondaga Nation
Canada | 2020 | 96 min
English | Dramatic Feature
World Premiere
Jessie Anthony is a proud Haudenosaunee woman from the Onondaga Nation, Beaver clan, born and raised on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.
Live Q&A
October 21st – 2:00PM

Content Warning: Violence, criminal activity, sexual activity or adult themes, Course Language

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