Kim O’Bomsawin, director of Call Me Human

« My desire is to create bridges between the First Peoples and the rest of Quebec. »

An Abenaki filmmaker driven by the desire to pass on, Kim O’Bomsawin made her last documentary, Call Me Human, about the Innu poet Joséphine Bacon, an inspired and inspiring figure who share her passion about making the history of their people known. Before the film is screened online by the Quai Branly museum on Friday May 7, we met with its director to talk about her work, Joséphine Bacon and the First Nations.

Interview : Paul Rothé

Temps de lecture 5 min

Kim O’Bomsawin


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