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5th Annual Pueblo Film Fest

November 16 - November 18

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Empowering Women Through Film!

Experience the only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors, as well as to films that explore the Pueblo experience! The weekend includes film screenings, presentations, and discussions with renowned Pueblo filmmakers. The continuing objective of the Pueblo Film Festival is to shine a spotlight on an age-old culture’s contemporary expression, encouraging Native filmmakers to continue their creative work for an ever-growing audience. Everyone is invited to come be entertained, learn what’s happening in the film world, and forge new connections with those in the industry.

Join us for the opening reception on 11/16! Actor, director, writer Georgina Lightning will screen her 2008 feature film Older Than America and hold a Q&A after the film. MORE DETAILS >>

Suggested donation of $10 for admission.

SCHEDULE

Friday, November 16:
IPCC Chaco I & II Ballrooms

6 pm: Welcome & Opening Blessing

6:30 pm: Older Than America, Georgina Lightning
Drama, Thriller

8:30 pm: Q&A Skype w/ Georgina Lightening

Saturday, November 17:
IPCC Chaco I & II Ballrooms | Workshops – Silver & Turquoise Ballrooms

10 am: Welcome & Opening Blessing

10:15 am: Clay & Earth (What Ignites You?), Charine Pilar Gonzales (San Ildefonso)
Short Film, Poetic Documentary

10:30 am: Jackrabbit, Jesse Littlebird (Laguna, Kewa)
Short Film, Drama

10:45 am: Guided Panel – Young Natives in Film

11 am: Workshop – From Behind the Lens: Documenting History Through Film at the Pueblo Convocation 2018
IPCC Silver & Turquoise Ballrooms

11 am: A Thousand Voices, Silver Bullet Productions
History, Documentary

12 pm: Music Video Block
- Revelation Steppers, NRG Rising (Maori)
- Wine Glass, Isaiah Gutierrez-Arquero (Santa Clara)
- We Be Rollin’, Native Roots (Santa Ana, Dakota Sioux
w/ Justin Casiquito (Walatowa), Tina Archuleta (Walatowa), Katerina Pihera-Ridge (Maori)
- Sinister Veil, Jon Sims (Acoma)

12:20 pm: Guided Panel – Filming on Tribal Lands

1 pm: Lunch (on your own)

2:15 pm: I am a Zuni Artist, Keith Martinez (Zuni)
Mini Series Documentary

2:30 pm: Workshop – IAIA Guide to Film Making
IPCC Silver & Turquoise Ballrooms

2:30 pm: IAIA Student Shorts
IPCC Silver & Turquoise Ballrooms

2:30 pm: Older Than America, Georgina Lightning
Drama, Thriller

3:35 pm: Break

3:50 pm: Veiled Lightning, Jaima Chevalier & Ashley Browning (Pojoaque & Santa Clara) w/ Q&A
History, Documentary

5:00 pm: Closing Remarks

Sunday, November 18:
IPCC Chaco I & II Ballrooms | Workshops – Silver & Turquoise Ballrooms

10 am: Welcome & Recap

10:15 am: Mud, Shaadiin Tome (Dine)
Drama, Short Film

10:30 AM Mino Bimaadiziwin
Short Film

10:40 am: I am a Zuni Artist, Keith Martinez (Zuni)
Mini Series Documentary

11 am: Route 66 Women: Untold Stories of the Mother Road, Katrina Parks
Documentary

1 pm: Lunch (on your own)

1 pm: IPCC Videos (Summer Camp, etc)
IPCC Chaco I & II Ballrooms

2:15 pm: Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health & Spirit, Karen Cantor w/ Q&A
Documentary

3:15 pm: Ha’Agua WaterTz’itz, Yakanal Indigenous Youth Cultural Exchange w/ Q&A
Poetic Documentary

3:30 pm: In Memory: Our Sacred Trust to the Next Generation, Beverly Singer (Santa Clara) w/ Q&A
Short Film

5:00 pm: Closing Prayer

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Details

Start:
November 16
End:
November 18
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Location

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104 United States
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Phone:
5058437270