Saturday, May 20 | 2:00-4:30PM | Doors at 1:30PM
Saint Paul University auditorium (223 Main St., Ottawa) | Free Admission
Join One World Arts on May 20 for Ottawa Roots and Visions, presented as part of Ottawa in the World of Documentaries: a series of screenings of Canadian documentaries that explore the changing landscape and diversity of the national capital region as part of local Ottawa 2017-Canada 150 celebrations.
One of the Last
Directed by Ed Kucerak and Jane Gurr | 2006 | 50 min
Ottawa is a city of immigrants. Local filmmakers Ed Kucerak and Jane Gurr look at the multi-generational contribution of the Kardish family and their Rideau Bakery, a landmark of the Ottawa landscape.
Radical Attitudes: The Architecture of Douglas Cardinal
Directed by Jim Hamm | 2004 | 48 min
An award-winning film on the work of renowned Ottawa-based architect Douglas Cardinal whose indigenous roots have inspired his remarkable designs and made an important mark on the national capital.
Q&A with architect Douglas Cardinal, filmmakers Ed Kucerak and Jane Gurr, and other special guests. For more information, visit: http://oneworldfilmfestival.ca/ottawa2017/
Presented in partnership with Ottawa 2017 and its lead partner, CIBC, the Arts, culture and heritage investment program is stewarded by the cultural alliance of the AOE Arts Council, the Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa and the Ottawa Arts Council.
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