Search:     FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2019
Allan Siegel
Producer: Third World Newsreel
1978
Color
45 minutes
US
English
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Mohawk Nation

In 1974, a group of Mohawks reoccupied a part of their ancestral land and proclaimed it Ganienkeh. MOHAWK NATION, made in the mid-70s by the occupants themselves and the Third World Newsreel crew, is an intimate portrait of a people reclaiming their roots and searching for a better life.

Ganienkeh symbolizes the re-establishment of the Indigenous way of life, which is an attempt to live and work together according to Mohawk beliefs and customs. In this film, audiences witness the Ganienkeh lifestyle, the re-establishment of their identity, their freedom and dignity as a sovereign nation, and the reflourishing of the Mohawk Nation. Today, the Ganienkeh community continues to protect their independence and have become a self-sufficient nation in North America.

Screenings
  • The Hour of Liberation film series, Film Forum, 2019


  • DETAILS
    Allan Siegel
    Producer: Third World Newsreel
    1978
    Color
    45 minutes
    US
    English
     
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