A. Discuss two of the Indigenous feminist films we screened in class, noting their formal innovations and unique modes of storytelling. How do these films contribute to our understanding of visual sovereignty? Any 2 of this Films you can pick to discuss Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes), Amanda Strong, 2018. 19 minutes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWjnYKyiUB8 Nuuca, Michelle Latimer, 2017, 13 minutes. https://vimeo.com/277676453 “She Falls For Ages”, Skawennati, 2016, 21 minutes. https://vimeo.com/212761877 Some Readings that was reviewed in class and could be helpful Alicia Inez Guzman, “Indigenous Futurisms,” Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture (Mar 15, 2015). Lindsay Nixon, 2 Visual Cultures of Indigenous Futurism, GUTS (May, 2016). Channette Romero, “Toward an Indigenous Feminine Animation Aesthetic,” Studies in American Indian Literatures, Volume 29, Number 1, Spring 2017, 56-87. Optional: Joanna Hearne, “Native to the Device: Thoughts on Digital Indigenous Studies,” Studies in American Indian Literatures, Volume 29, Number 1, Spring 2017, pp. 3-26. B. Discuss the complex entanglements of the local and global in Deepa Mehta’s Water and Guy Maddin’s My Winnipeg.