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I’ve been thinking about this issue of storytelling ethics. What responsibilities do we carry when we share story? To whom or what are we accountable? Ultimately, in its simplest form, story is about relationships. The same can be said about sovereignty. Both story and sovereignty are an action, a gesture of relationship to the land, to the water, to each other, to our non-human relations, to our ancestors, and to generations to come. The relationship between story and sovereignty is one that is upheld by a rich history of cultural and legal protocols distinct to our various nations as Indigenous peoples. So, what responsibilities do we carry when we share story?      -Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

 

Bures boahtin geahččat min dáiddalaš jođiheaddji Jorma Lehtola (Sápmi/Suopma) dearvvahusa. 

 

Čuovvovaš filmmas jurdagiiddis ovdanbuktá min lagas ja guhkesáigásaš doarjaleaddji ja mielbargi International Sámi Film Institute Filbma konsulenta  Liisa Holmberg (Sápmi/Suopma/Norga).

 

Ságat min guovtti ebmos, bálkkašuvvon bagadallis. Goabbáge lea bálkkašuvvon dahje leamaš evttohassan bálkkašumi oažžun máŋggain riikkaidgaskasaš filbmafestiválain:

 

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers (Kanáda/Norga). Jagi 2020 Skábmagovat-gilvvu vuoiti.

 

Márjá & Ingir Bål Nango, (Sápmi/Norga), gean filmmaid oaidnit dán jagi Skábmagovain máŋggaid

 

Dearvvahus min lagas ja guhkesáigásaš guoimmis, Maoriland filbma festivála vuođđudeaddji, bagadalli ja buvttadeaddji Libby Hakaraias, (Aotearoa).