The Native ladies of Canadian TV and Film
Top Left: Cheri Maracle and Michelle Thrush, Podemski Sisters: Jennifer, Sarah and Tamara, Cara Gee, Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs, Michelle Thrush.
Now, this needs to be how the Oscars red carpet looks. Beautiful and talented Native people.
Podemski sisters (Ojibway) Jennifer, Sarah and Tamaraon the red carpet at the Canadian Screen Awards
Jennifer is up for Best Supporting Actress for Empire of Dirt
Cara Gee (Ojibway) at the Canadian Screen Awards
Cara is nominated for Best Actress for Empire of Dirt
Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs (Mohawk) at the Canadian Screen Awards in B.Yellowtail dress.
Kawennáhere Devery is nominated for best actress for Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Michelle Thrush (Cree) on the red carpet at the Canadian Screen Awards
Michelle is up for best dramatic performance for the TV series Blackstone, which she won in 2011
Blackstone is nominated for best dramatic series
First look at new First Nations/Native American member of Justice League United, a teenage Cree woman based in part on activist Shannen Koostachin.
My Oscar Best Dressed
Lupito Nyong’o in Prada
Kate Hudson in Versace
Charlize Theron in Dior
Sidenote: I love love love the color of Jennifer Lawrence’s dress, but Peblum is soooo over. I love love love the style of Mrs. McConaughey’s dress, but hate the color. Please Hollywood, no more nude dress with sparkle on the red carpet!
12 Years a Slave wins best picture
Congrats Brad Pitt!
Best Actor- Matthew Mcconaughey
Best Actress- Kate Blanchett