US Premiere
44:10 m / Live Action Short / Canada

Saturday, November 9, 2019
Laemmle Music Hall | 5:30pm to 7:10pm | Program 

When harm is done, justice must heal. After committing a shocking crime that devastates the innocence of their small community, Flinch, Bryce and Rupert are sent to live on the land for 9 months to explore the power of restorative justice. The Elders reconnect them to a life that was taken from them long ago, but it’s up to the boys to acquire the humility needed to return home and face their past.

Director: Carla Ulrich
Cast: David Burke, Joel Evans, Dwight Moses, Henry Beaver, Eileen Beaver
Screenwriters: Carla Ulrich, Anna Lumberjack, Jax Smith, Meeshelle Neal
Producers: Liz Levine, Brent Kaulback, Richard Van Camp

Includes a post screening Q&A with the director (s)

Director (s)

Carla Ulrich is a director, writer and producer from Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. With her company Dayah Films, Carla combines her talents with others to produce engaging work with a focus on community and youth empowerment. In 2014 she created YouthRise Project; a society that strives to build and maintain a strong artistic connection to youth in the north.

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