LOS ANGELES PREMIERE

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | USA | 4 MINUTES | English

A Reflection of Life: Voices of Our Youth

This short piece features Native youth voices and addresses the importance of recognising that water is life. Filmed by Laronn Katcia, a Native filmmaker from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs who worked with youth from the Native American College Prep Program at Central Oregon Community College.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Laronn Katchia

Some of LaRonn’s achievements include: Shooting and editing PBS’s Roadtrip Nation: Native Way Forward, a behind the scenes segment for FX’s hit show Reservation Dogs, both projects in collaboration with Ryan Redcorn and Buffalo Nickel Creative.

LaRonn is also the Associate Programmer/Advisor /Jury for the Indigenous Films Program at the Oscar-qualifying Bend Film Festival. Recently LaRonn & Bendfilm director Todd Looby hosted acting legends Gary Farmer & Tatanka Means, showcasing their work alongside the Warm Springs tribal membership.

Today, in collaboration with the Warm Springs Community Action Team, LaRonn is working on his first feature documentary about the transformation of a 125-year old, historic Commissary Building as it is moved and restored into a small business incubator to serve tribal entrepreneurs on the Warm Springs Reservation.

Director

Laronn Katchia

Producer

Brutis Baez, Geneva Mayall, Amanda Stuermer

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Showtimes

Wednesday, November 8

Screening: 4:00PM

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Fine Arts Theatre

8556 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

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321 S La Cienega Blvd

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Free After 6pm (7pm on Wilshire)

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