Okpik: Little Village in the Arctic

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International Premiere DOCUMENTARY | Canada | 45 MINUTES | English, Western Canadian Inuktitut Okpik: Little Village in the Arctic Using local materials and traditional knowledge Inuit/Gwich’in Hunter, Kylik Kisoun will re-establish and re-imagine the lost practice of building an Inuvialuit sod-house with the intention of creating housing security in his traditional territory of the Beaufort […]

Older Than The Crown

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Los Angeles Festival Premiere DOCUMENTARY | United States | 57 MINUTES | English Older Than The Crown Older Than The Crown follows the trial of Sinixt tribal member Rick Desautel who in 2010 was charged with hunting as a non resident and without a proper permit in Canada. Rick harvested an elk on the ancestral […]

Voices of the Wisdomkeepers

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Los Angeles Festival Premiere DOCUMENTARY | United States | 59 MINUTES | English Voices of the Wisdom Keepers A new hour-long documentary featuring four prolific indigenous elders from Turtle Island (North-America) and West Africa sharing wisdom-keys for creating a better world for future generations. CAST & CREDITS Directed by Quincy Davis Quincy Davis is a […]

NEW: ART is Culture, CULTURE is Art

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Los Angeles Festival Premiere DOCUMENTARY | United States | 55 MINUTES | English NEW: ART is Culture, CULTURE is Art “One man changes the way a small ranch town fits into the world, by developing a ‘New’ way art is experienced through color and fashion”. As indigenous fashion continues to demand the attention of the […]

Bring Her Home

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Los Angeles Festival Premiere DOCUMENTARY | United States | 56 MINUTES | English Bring Her Home Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. […]

Powerlands

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Los Angeles Festval Premiere DOCUMENTARY | United States | 75 MINUTES | English, Navajo, Spanish Powerlands A young Navajo woman investigates displacement of Indigenous people in several countries, and devastation of the environment, caused by the same chemical companies that have exploited the land where she was born. On this personal and political journey she […]

Faces From The Interior

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Los Angeles Festival Premiere DOCUMENTARY SHORT | United States | 40 MINUTES | English Faces From The Interior In 1833 and 1834, Karl Bodmer, traveled along the Upper-Missouri as part of the Prince Maximilian expedition. The images that Bodmer sketched and painted are historical art documents that are iconic in present day America. Faces From […]

Seven Ridges

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Los Angeles Festval Premiere FEATURE | Mexico | 75 MINUTES | Seri Seven Ridges Drama In a desert by the sea, an ancient culture endures modernity. A grandmother and her granddaughter intertwine in estrangement over memory. The myth sheds controversy; time falls in dreams of sand, old songs and rock music. First full-length feature drama […]

Catch The Fair One

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Festival Premiere / Retrospective FEATURE | United States | 85 MINUTES | English CATCH THE FAIR ONE Crime, Thriller A former champion boxer embarks on the fight of her life when she goes in search of her missing sister. CAST & CREDITS Directed by Josef Kubota Wladyka Josef Kubota Wladyka is a film and television […]

A Love Song

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Opening Night / Festival Premiere FEATURE | United States | 81 MINUTES | English A LOVE SONG Drama At a campground in the rural West, a woman waits alone for an old flame from her past to arrive, uncertain of his intentions while bashful about her own. In a rare lead role, Dale Dickey, one […]

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