Silent No More

17jun6:30 PMSilent No More

Event Details

The Woodland Cultural Centre is presenting several showings of Silent No More, a dramatic, new, indigenous-produced film that tells the story of the Mohawk Institute.  More than just a virtual tour, Silent No More bears witness to the experiences of the survivors of the former residential school.

The former Mohawk Institute Residential School (Mush Hole) was the longest-opeerating residential school in Canada.  A building originally created to destroy indigenous identity and heritage, it is now the home of the Woodland Cultural centre, a site dedicated to the revitalization of Hodinohsho:ni cultures and lanaguages.

There are several showings already confirmed:

  • Sat. June 17 at 6:30pm at Woodland Cultural Centre, 184 Mohawk St., Brantford
  • Fri. June 23 at 6:30pm at Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology, 900 Woodward Ave., Hamilton

For further information about the film, future showings, and to order tickets, please visit

This film is rated PG-13, parents strongly cautioned.  Some material may not be suited for children under age 13 (verbal descriptions of violence and sexual assault towards children).


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