Los Angeles Festival Premiere

LIVE ACTION | United States | 14 MINUTES | English

Mirror Man

A Native police officer, who is doubting her traditional faith, is called to a possible burglary but is met by a supernatural entity that leads her to a buried secret.


Directed by Ginew Benton

Ginew Benton, storyteller, filmmaker, singer, dancer, and composer of Ojibway heritage grew up on the Shinnecock Nation Territory. Benton graduated from Southampton High School in 1999 and later graduated from Stony Brook University with honors in theater and media arts. Benton is gaining notoriety for weaving traditional perspectives with modern filmmaking in the genres of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy. A 2007 Ford Foundation Film Fellow with the Sundance Institute and past participant in the Fox American Indian summer Institute at U.C.L.A., Benton has several shorts to his credit.


Ginew Benton


Ginew Benton, Dylan Carusona


Susanne Bone, Greg Punda, Dylan De Coteau, Aché Wequai Smith, Aislinn Marie, Kristin Guldi, Jaclyn Woznica, Akisa Briggs, Krystal Looking Horse-Benton, Scott Wilson, Lakota Sky Smith, Hope Vander Laan, Dyáni Brown


Ginew Benton

Program Eight


Saturday, November 19

Screening: 12:00 to 1:25pm

Lumiere Music Hall

9036 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211



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