As part of a collaboration supported by the Centro Cultural Brasil-Finlândia, Cinemaissí were delighted to attend Skábmagovat Indigenous People’s Film Festival 2020 in Inari.
Cinemaissí this year went far beyond the call of a film festival. How? Through a series of discussions about the representation of minority groups in film.
Cinemaissí are collaboration partners for Skábmagovat Indigenous People’s Film Festival 2020.
We invited artists and artist-minded people associated with Cinemaissí to contemplate on a selected theme in order to create a zine: a non-professional small publication presenting a specific cultural phenomenon.
Youth across the world are taking action to make changes in the world and protect our future.
Cinemaissí welcomes you to celebrate Youth Voice on Saturday 26 October at the Cultural Center Caisa.
From the outside, Cinemaissí may look like just another festival. But it is much more. In this blog Cinemaissí’s President Aime Accorsi tells why.
Languages around the world are disappearing at an alarming rate.
That is why the UN has declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages. IYIL’s mission is to raise awareness of indigenous languages to benefit the people who speak and keep those languages alive, and also highlight their contribution to our world’s cultural diversity.
In this interview, researcher Leo Custodio opens up the context of the discussions on blackness in Brazil and in Finland and reflects on the role of new media, including films, have an important role in shaping these discussions.
A short introduction to the film selection of 2019
Interview with Marilina Giménez, director of ‘Una banda de chicas’ (‘Girls’ band’).