Set on the Kidabanesee reserve in Northern Ontario. Silas Crow (Ryan Black) is a young man confused about his direction in life.
Director: Bruce McDonald Producer: Brian Dennis, Bruce
McDonald, Duke Redbird (1994, 84 min).

“Director Bruce McDonald has concocted a feisty adaptation of novelist W.P. Kinsella’s “Dance Me Outside”– a contemporary look at life on an Indian reservation and its environs. Bolstered by a winning, youthful cast, the film is a droll ensemble piece that makes its serious points skillfully and effortlessly.” – Variety

Admission to Festival Theatre is free with admission to Toronto Garlic Festival. Film showtimes TBA.


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360° Virtual Farm Tour (all day)
Festival Theatre: Dance Me Outside
Festival Theatre: Freedom Family - Don Francks & Family Documentary
Festival Theatre: Symphony of the Soil
Free Garlic Shot Station
Garlic Breath Contest
Music Stage: A Klezmer Shmorgasbord (1:15-2:00pm)
Music Stage: DJ Bliss (4:15 – 5:00pm)
Music Stage: Glen Hornblast (3:15-4:00pm)
Music Stage: Lucio Reggiunti (12:15-1:00pm)
Music Stage: Paula Wolfson & Chris Dunn (2:15-3:00pm)
Music Stage: Spirit Wind (9:15 - 10:00am)
Music Stage: Vandana Vishwas (11:15-12:00pm)
Music Stage: Waleed Abdulahmid (10:15 - 11:00am)
Speaker's Corner: Garlic Art Workshop (4:00 to 4:45pm)
Speakers' Corner: Growing Garlic for Farm, Home Garden and Condo (10:00-10:25am)
Speakers' Corner: Sarah Hargreaves Spills the Dirt on Garlic (10:00-10:25)
Speakers' Corner: The Garlic Diaries: Suzanne Barr on Appreciating Garlic In All Aspects of Life (12:00-12:25pm)
Speakers’ Corner: Farmer David Cohlmeyer & Chef Justin Cournoyer Spill More Dirt on Garlic (14:00-14:25)
Speakers’ Corner: First Nations Cuisine 15,000 - Chef Rich Francis (1:00-1:25PM)
Speakers’ Corner: Johl Ringuette Discusses Wild Garlic from the POV of The First Nations and European Explorers (11:00-11:25)