NATIVE CINEMA SHOWCASE SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Aug. 14
7 p.m.: Dawnland (2018, 86 min.)
Discussion follows with Esther Anne (Passamaquoddy), co-director of Maine-Wabanaki REACH, and Tracy Rector (Choctaw/Seminole).
Wednesday, Aug. 15
1 p.m.: More Than a Word (2017, 70 min.)
Museum director Kevin Gover will offer remarks.
3 p.m.: Tribal Justice (2017, 90 min.)
7 p.m.: Waru (2017, 86 min.)
The film is shown in English and Māori with English subtitles.
Thursday, Aug. 16
1 p.m.: Family Dynamics Shorts Program (76 min. total)
These short films focus on the unique complexities of what it means to be family.
3 p.m.: Reclamation Shorts Program (78 min. total)
These short films are about reclaiming and preserving cultural identity.
7 p.m.: Moroni for President (2018, 78 min.)
Friday, Aug. 17
1 p.m.: Future Focused Shorts Program (56 min. total)
This program of family-friendly short films is fun for kids of all ages.
3 p.m.: “State of the Art” conversation
7 p.m.: Indictment: The Crimes of Shelly Chartier (2017, 44 min)
Discussion follows with directors Shane Belcourt (Métis) and Lisa Jackson (Anishinaabe).
Saturday, Aug. 18
1 p.m.: Future Voices of New Mexico (90 min. total)
This program examines the Future Voices of New Mexico filmmaking project and is introduced by Marcella Ernest (Bad River Band of Ojibwe), project director.
3 p.m.: Kayak to Klemtu (2017, 90 min.)
8 p.m.: Coco (2017, 105 min.)
Screened outdoors at the Santa Fe Railyard Park Screen.
Sunday, Aug. 19
1 p.m.: Rise Above Shorts Program (87 min.)
These shorts focus on rising above adversity and learning life’s lessons.
3 p.m.: Out of State (2017, 79 min.)
All screenings and post-discussions are subject to change.