“Jojo Rabbit” producer Chelsea Winstanley told the TIFF industry group:
“Our history is often told in a romantic or colonial way or from a colonial perspective.” The Toronto Film Festival on Thursday discussed the issue of Hollywood’s use of minority culture as the content of the story, because indigenous filmmakers challenged white directors not to let white directors represent themselves.
Canadian director Tracey Deer brought her adult story to TIFF for its world premiere, and he told the TIFF group about narrative sovereignty.
In the process of estimating race, major studios and film financiers elsewhere are seeking to use more different voices to tell stories, just like blacks, indigenous peoples and people of color oppose what white artists create incorrectly.
Chelsea Winstanley, the Maori producer behind Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit, warned on Thursday afternoon:
“Our history is often told in a romantic or colonial way, or from the perspective of a colonizer. So. , Authenticity will always be biased towards their worldview.” Panel.
N. Bird Runningwater, director of the Aboriginal Program at Sundance College, is called “Encroachment” and Cultural Aggression. Martin Scorcese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon”, adapted from A non-fiction book by David Grann about the natives who murdered Osage Nation in the 1920s. Stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.
As an antidote, Liu Shui praised the efforts to provide diverse film productions for global audiences while the film industry has shifted from traditional narrative methods.
“The more we decolonize and reorganize it, the best things have yet to appear in terms of what indigenous stories will be and their impact on the industry.” The Toronto Film Festival industry conference will last until September 14. Paramount Animation has acquired the rights to the title of the upcoming Image Comics.
Paramount Animation has come to the dog.
The animation department has obtained the copyright to the upcoming horror comic book “The Stray Dogs”, and the script was written by Mark Perez, the scribe of Game Night. Horror film producer Gary Dauberman regards the “Annabel” and “It” films as one of his honors, and he will make films through his banner “Coin”.
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