Intertribal - 4 Films by Trevor Solway Film Screening | September 29

The Blackfoot Digital LibraryUniversity of Lethbridge Library, and Lethbridge Public Library present Intertribal – 4 Films by Trevor Solway (Treaty 7 music documentary).

Trevor Solway, a Blackfoot filmmaker from Siksika Nation, uses storytelling to showcase local Indigenous musicians. Featured artists include Armond Duck Chief, an exuberant and jovial cowboy country singer, Bebe Buckskin, a free-spirited native Janis Joplin type, Darcy Turning Rope, a powwow singer with a storied heritage in traditional Blackfoot singing and drumming, and Olivia Tailfeathers, an elder who blends contemporary hymns with traditional drumming and Blackfoot words.

Screening begins at 1:30 p.m., the film is 45 minutes, and followed by a discussion. Click here to register.

There are a limited number of seats available at Iikaisskini for in person viewing. Contact Charlene Bruised Head Mountain Horse ( for information.

Posted on: September 29, 2021