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Indigenous Film: "Night Raiders" with Film Maker Q&A

Night Raiders, director Danis Goulet (Cree-Métis). The year is 2043. A military occupation controls disenfranchised cities in post-war North America. Children are property of the State. A desperate Cree woman…

Indigenous Film: Ama (Mother)

This is a two-part program. Watch the film on demand May 9-12 on Vimeo, then join us for the live Zoom discussion on May 11. The link to the film…

Indigenous Films: River of Small Gods & The Shaman's Apprentice

Tangonan presents a modern myth in "River of Small Gods" about alienation from the land and the consequences of denying our connection to it. On the brink of eviction, a…

Monthly Indigenous Film Series Virtual Program: 68 Voces - 68 Corazones (68 Voices, 68 Hearts)

The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, Denver American Indian Commission, and Denver Museum of Nature & Science are pleased to present a virtual edition of their monthly Indigenous Film…

Indigenous Film: Hawaiian Steel Guitar: An Evening with Alan Akaka

The guitar is arguably the world’s most popular instrument, the instrument that “rocked the world.” But do you know about the sound that rocked Hawai’i, and then influenced musical genres…

Indigenous Film: Keepers of the Corn

Keepers of the Corn (Los Guardianes del Maíz) Film On-Demand (January 7th-13th) Live Zoom Discussion/Q&A January 12th, 7:00 - 8:15 pm (MDT) RSVP for film and Discussion links Keepers of…

Indigenous Film: From Earth to Sky

From Earth to Sky (director Ron Chapman) presents the works of seven Indigenous architects from North America. While each has their own unique style, they share similar philosophies and approaches…

Indigenous Film-"Karlu Karlu: Devil's Marbles"

Stonehenge has captured our imagination for hundreds of years and puzzled scientists for generations, yet even when its meaning puzzled us, we knew this massive, constructed monument signified something. But…

Indigenous Film: "The Last ‘Opelu Man: I Ka Nana No A 'Iki--By Observing, One Learns"

The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, Denver American Indian Commission and Denver Museum of Nature & Science are pleased to present a virtual edition of our monthly Indigenous Film…

Indigenous Film - Tlakimilolli: Voces del Telar
(Voices of the Loom)

Film Screening and Zoom Discussion/Q&A Tlakimilolli: Voces del Telar (Voices of the Loom), director Clementina Campos. This documentary is a portrait of the indigenous women weavers of Sierra de Zongolica…

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