Denver's Indigenous Film and Arts Festival
proves that Native American film has moved way beyond the quirky 1998 flick Smoke Signals
From serious to lighthearted, the festival's narratives, documentaries, and shorts illustrate indigenous lifestyles from L.A. to Alaska to New Zealand.
Several of the featured films' directors will be on-hand for post-screening discussions.
Through Mon, times vary. Locations vary. $5-$9.50. For more information, visit www.iiirm.org