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2019
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Jennifer Dysart
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caribou in the archive
Northern Indigenous women hunting is at the heart of this personal found footage film in which the filmmaker describes the enigmatic events that led to saving an important piece of family history from being lost forever.
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Jennifer Dysart
vDIRECTOR'S BIOGRAPHY:
Jennifer Dysart is a director of short films, a set decorator (Nabet 700-M Unifor permittee status coming soon), an assistant director, a field producer, an archival researcher, legal clearance coordinator, production coordinator, and occasional arts jury member. She is the recipient of the York University master's thesis prize in 2014 for her documentary film «Kewekapawetan: Return After the Flood».
Jennifer Dysart has Cree roots on her father's side from South Indian Lake Manitoba in north central Canada. She is currently the Artist-In-Residence at Library and Archives Canada supported by the Archive/Counter-Archive program at York University in Toronto, Canada.

DIRECTOR'S FILMOGRAPHY:
2019 – «Caribou in the Archive»
2014 - «Kewekapawetan: Return After the Flood»
2011 – «Moss Origins»