November 10, 2018 | Laemmle Music Hall | 1:50pm – 3:00pm – SHORTS PROGRAM

FILM SYNOPSIS

Kyle Todecheene was raised 15 miles west of Monument Valley, Utah in a Hogan, a traditional Navajo dwelling, until the age of six where he began his schooling. Finding a balance between embracing a new culture and learning more about his own Navajo culture is what makes Kyle the man he is today. This film takes a closer look into the current lifestyle of a modern Navajo family and how it is mixing with the Western culture of the United States.

Run time: 10 mins.

Director/Producer: Austin Elder

 

*WHAT: * Film Program | SHORTS PROGRAM

*WHERE:* Laemmle Music Hall | 9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

*WHEN:* November 10, 2018

12:30pm – Media Check-In

1:00pm – Red Carpet Arrivals; Interviews

1:50pm – 3:00pm– Screening | Q & A 

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