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Online Screening | National Canadian Film Day | Blood Quantum

Updated: Apr 14, 2022

Online Screening


April 20th, 2022

Struts Gallery is excited to present an online screening of Blood Quantum as part of National Canadian Film Day, in partnership with REEL CANADA. This online screening will take place on April 20th, 2022 and e-tickets are free to the public.

Stream links are active for 48 hours, so watch the movie on your own time! After registering, you will receive an automated email with a personal link/ticket to watch the film. Films will become available on April 20th at 7:00am EDT


Directed by Jeff Barnaby

Runtime: 96 minutes

The term “blood quantum” refers to a colonial system enforced on Indigenous peoples in North America which determines their individual status and rights based on their “percentage” of Indigenous ancestry. It is a tool of control, assimilation, and erasure of Indigenous peoples.

In this brilliantly provocative horror film set in an isolated Mi’qmaw community, the Indigenous population remains immune to a raging zombie virus infecting the surrounding white population.

Blood soaked, fast paced and darkly comic, Blood Quantum is a wild ride using the zombie genre as a vehicle to explore white supremacy, colonialism, genocide, and Indigenous self-determination.

More information about Blood Quantum and National Canadian Film Day can be found here:


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