Bones of Crows, a Canadian film that saw its world premiere in September at this year’s prestigious Toronto International Film Festival, will be screened on Nov. 17 and Nov. 18 in Prince George as part of a Northern B.C. tour this month.
Prince George’s Grace Dove, currently seen on the ABC-TV weekly drama Alaska Daily, stars in Bones of Crows, portraying Aline Spears, a Cree residential school survivor who went on to become a code talker for the Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. Watch the preview here.
Bones of Crows will be shown on Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the House of Ancestors (Uda Dune Baiyoh) and at College Heights Secondary School on Nov. 18 at 9 a.m.
Actors Michelle Thrush , Alyssa Wapanatâhk and writer/producer/director Metis award winner Marie Clements, as well as associate producer Leena Minifie from the Kitimat area, are part of the tour.
The other dates for the Bones of Crows tour are:
Nov.14th @ the Lester Center - Prince Rupert 7 p.m.
Nov.15th @ the R.E.M Lee Theatre -Terrace 7 p.m.
Nov.16th @ the Hazelton Secondary School - Hazelton - 1 p.m.
Nov.16th @ the Gitanmaax Tri-Town Theatre - Hazelton 7 pm.
Nov.17th @ the House of Ancestors - Prince George – 7:30 p.m.
Nov.18th @ College Heights Secondary - Prince George - 9 a.m.
Nov.20th @ the Skidegate Hall - Haida Gwaii- 7 p.m.
Nov.21st @ the Old Masset Community Hall - Haida Gwaii -7 p.m.
Bones of Crows will be released in theatres in spring 2023, ahead of the five-part Bones of Crows mini-series that will be broadcast by the CBC in fall 2023.