Discover: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Words from a Bear—Virtual Discussion

Director Jeffrey Palmer will discuss his documentary N. Scott Momaday: Words From a Bear live in this unique opportunity for audience Q & A. Please RSVP by noon on May…

Indigenous Film: In My Blood It Runs

In My Blood It Runs, director Maya Newell. Ten-year-old Dujuan is a child-healer, a good hunter and speaks three languages. As he shares his knowledge of history and the complex…

Indigenous Film & Art Festival: Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau

Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau, Director (and former professional surfer) Sam George. This moving documentary profiles Eddie Aikau: legendary big wave surfer, pioneering lifeguard, peacemaker, and crew member of…

Indigenous Film & Arts Festival: A Showcase of Animated Films

The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, Denver American Indian Commission and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science are pleased to present another year of programming from the Indigenous Film & Arts Festival. …

Indigenous Films: The Book of the Sea

The Book of the Sea (Kniga Morya). Director Aleksei Vakhurshev (Siberian Yupik) presents the story of contemporary Inuit and Chukchi hunters as they navigate the frigid waters off of Russia's…

Indigenous Film Festival: Words from a Bear

Words from a Bear examines the enigmatic life and mind of Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Navarro Scott Momaday, one of Native America’s most celebrated authors of poetry and prose. The film visually…

Indigenous Film & Art Festival:Indigenous Military Architecture

The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, Denver American Indian Commission and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science are pleased to present another year of programming from the Indigenous…

Indigenous Film: La Selva Negra (The Modern Jungle)

La Selva Negra (The Modern Jungle), from co-directors Saul Kak (Zoque) and Charles Fairbanks, presents a portrait of a small Zoque village in Mexico beset by outside forces. The film…

Indigenous Film presents "The Eagle Huntress"

This documentary follows Aishoplan Nurgaiv, a 13-year old Kazakh girl, as she trains with her father to hunt on horseback with a golden eagle. “I started to train when I…

Indigenous Film: 68 Voces, 68 Corazones

68 Voces, 68 Corazones: This series of animated indigenous stories, each narrated in its original language, is designed to promote pride, respect and use of the indigenous languages of Mexico.…

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