Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
by watching Indigenous cinema.
The National Museum of the American Indian
brings its annual Native Cinema Showcase
to online audiences November 12–18. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and the Arctic.
The program includes a total of 47 films (seven features and 40 shorts) representing 39 Native nations in 13 countries: United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Brazil, Sweden, Greenland and the Solomon Islands.
Filmmaker panels, all 40 shorts and three of the feature films
, What Happened to the Bees?
(¿Qué les pasó a las abejas?
), Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective
, and Rez Metal
, will be available for online streaming worldwide. Audiences in the United States also have access to Waikiki
, The Song of the Butterflies
(El Canto de las Mariposas
), and Run Woman Run
FULL SCHEDULE: nmai.brand.live/c/native-cinema-showcase