Path Waves: An Indigenous Showcase
Jan 26 - Jan 30
Co-presented by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Learn about the lives of indigenous people in the United States, Canada and Australia. See how the exuberance of youth filmmakers meets the polished sheen of professionals in this collection of traditional tales, video poems about Native perspectives and stories of families and friendships. Ages 8 and older. One film has a survival theme that might be too intense for the most sensitive viewers.
Featuring: Hoverboard (Sydney Freeland, USA); Super Brotha: Urban Surfing (Rima Tamou, Australia); Chased: Version #2 (SuperFly 2011 – Longhouse Media, USA); Amaqqut Nunaat: The Country of Wolves (Neil Christopher, Canada); How the Chipmunk Got Its Stripes (Tulalip Heritage School – Longhouse Media, USA); Injunuity: Tongues (Adrian Baker, USA); Injunuity: Buried (Adrian Baker,USA); Because of Who I Am (Marcella Ernest, USA); White Washed (Caitlyn Isham, USA); Neil Discovers the Moon (Steven Judd, USA); Interview with Einstein (Velma Craig and Dustinn Craig,USA); Minnie Loves Junior (Andy Mullins and Matt Mullins, Australia)