“Why the Women in Our Family Don’t Drink Whiskey” (2103 – Winner Red Nation Film Award Best Doc Short)

Monday, November 10 | Laemmle Music Hall Theatre | Noon 

Q & A Session after the screening with Filmmakers & Cast.

Director: Theda NewBreast 

Short | USA | 7 mins.

The Blackfoot Confederacy and Theda NewBreast’s family were hurt by historical traumas and alcohol abuse. So much language, ceremony lost for a while. Blackfeet are now re-claiming and capturing their spirit, their soul, their children, ceremonies, language. This short doc film is dedicated to Theda’s mother who is now 75 years old. Her mother helped her as a child in stopping the colonization with this generation.

Event Title: Short

Event Date: Monday, November 10, 2014

Event Producer: Red Nation Films

Event Location: 9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Laemmle ‘Music Hall” Theatre.

Event Times: 4:20pm





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