Indigenous Film & Arts Festival
In its 10th year, the Indigenous Film & Arts Festival is focusing on "connections." The 20 featured films—all by and about indigenous cultures around the world—zero in on the relationships that develop between people and the land, between generations, and between tradition and contemporary life. Our top picks: Framing the Other, about Ethiopia’s Mursi culture, and Winter in the Blood, (pictured) based on Native American author James Welch's first novel. Daily, times vary.
—Image courtesy of Merv Tano
Date: Oct 8, 2013 6:00 pm - Oct 15, 2013 4:00 pm
Cost: Most events are free; donations encouraged.
Venue: Multiple locations
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