Echo
Henoche

Photo: Sedna (2018)
Credit: Courtesy Echo Henoche
Echo
Henoche

Medium:

drawing, film, jewellery, painting, printmaking

Artistic Community:

Nain, NL

Date of Birth:

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02 October 1997

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Biography

Echo Henoche is an emerging artist, animator and jeweller from Nain, Nunatsiavut, NL. She recently made her directorial debut with the animated short "Shaman" (2017), created in collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada. The film was part of the official selection for the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto, ON, the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, CA, and California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival in Temecula, CA. Henoche is motivated to continue creating works that represent her community.View Long Biography and Citations

Publications

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Title Year Author
Choice: Echo Henoche Summer 2018 Mark David Turner
It Takes Your Breath Away December 15, 2017 Janet Blatter
Inuit filmmakers tour north coast of Labrador December 14, 2017 Thom Barker

Exhibitions

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Name Year Gallery
American Indian Film Festival November 09, 2017 Brava Theater Center
California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival November 04, 2017 Pechanga Resort & Casino
Labrador Creative Arts Festival November 2017 Lawrence O'Brien Arts Centre

Achievements

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Achievement Year Organization
Official Selection 2017 California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival
Official Selection 2017 American Indian Film Festival
Official Selection 2017 ImagineNATIVE Film Festival

Filmography

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Title Release Date Role
Shaman December 1, 2017 Animator

Public Collections

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Collection Location
National Film Board of Canada Montreal, QC, Canada

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February 14, 2018 Created by: Heather Igloliorte Updated by: Rebecca Gray