Join Indigenous Education for the TRU premiere of Bones of Crows (2022), written and directed by Marie Clements.
Bones of Crows is a psychological drama told through the eyes of Cree Matriarch Aline Spears, as she survives Canada’s residential school system to continue her family’s generational fight in the face of systemic starvation, racism and sexual abuse. Bones of Crows unfolds over one hundred years with a cumulative force that propels us into the future.
Bones of Crows
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 12:30 – 3 p.m.
HL 190, House of Learning (theatre-in-the-round)
This screening is free, with light snacks and refreshments provided. Everyone welcome.
Counsellors will be available at this event, and additional supports can be found below.
This film will also premiere at the Rex Hall in Kamloops on Dec. 7 at 7 p.m., and at Paradise Cinemas in Williams Lake on Dec. 8 at 7 p.m.
Supports for students:
- Indigenous Student Development (Cplul’kw’ten): reach out to an Indigenous Learning Strategist at email@example.com
- TRU Counselling Services: at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-828-5023
- 24/7 Provincial Counselling Services: Here2Talk.ca or call 1-877-857-3397
Supports for faculty and staff:
- Counsellor support through LifeWorks EFAP: call 1-877-207-8833
- Email campus wellness advisor Sam Nielsen or call 250-828-5344
- First Nations Health Authority Mental Health Benefit
- Indian Residential School Survivors Society 24 Hour Crisis Line
- KUU-US Crisis Line Society 24 Hour Crisis Line (British Columbia)
- Métis Nation BC 24 Hour Crisis Line: call 1-833-METIS-BC (1-833-638-4722)