This year, the Victoria Film Festival introduced its first-ever Indigenous Program to feature work created by Indigenous filmmakers. Michelle LatimerÂ â€” filmmaker, actor, and curator of the festival’s Indigenous Program â€” sat down with CFUV’s Linda Sjostrom on February 5. In this interview, hear Latimer discuss the films being presented, the ways in which Indigenous film […]
Â CFUV is sending two of our stellar programmers (Linda of Garden City Jukebox & Troy of The Action Index) to cover this year’s Victoria Film Festival. The film fest runs from February 6th – 15th and the full schedule and ticket information can be found online. CFUV is presenting two films that our listeners […]
The Annual Stolen Sisters Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on traditional Coast Salish/Lkwungen Homelands will take place on Saturday, February 14th beginning at Our Place Society at 11am. Everyone is welcome to participate. Visit the Anti-Violence Project website for more information!
CFUV thanks the Community Radio Fund of Canada for its continued financial support. CFUV is a multiple grant recipient. Â The funding has fostered the expansion and growth of our station’s Community Affairs Department and third language programming. CFUV has also benefited from the Youth Internship grant program which funded […]
Vivek Shraya, author of She of the Mountains a beautifully rendered illustrated novel, will be hosting a Book Launch at Ambrosia Centre on Tues, Sept 23 @ 7pm. There will also be aÂ QT2IPOC (queer, trans, two-spirited Indigenous and people of colour) Writing workshop @ 5pm on Tues, Sept 23. The UVic Pride, UVSS Students of […]
A night of diverse Indigenous musical acts at Logan’s PubÂ on Jan Fri 25 atÂ 8pm. The showÂ includes acoustic rockers Jasper from Six Nations, classic bluesman Gary Farmer from Santa Fe New Mexico and electronic DJ/Media collective Skookum Sound System from Vancouver. This event is the launch for the Two Worlds Indigenous Media and Performance Art […]