CIRCLE CINEMA & BLACKHORSE LOWE PRESENT “FUKRY” – FREE WEEK-LONG VIRTUAL SCREENINGS *BEGINNING MAY 15TH – 21ST PROMOTING GIVING TO NAVAJO NATION COVID 19 RELIEF AIDS
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*CIRCLE CINEMA & BLACKHORSE LOWE are happy to present a FREE WEEK-LONG VIRTUAL SCREENING of “FUKRY” starting MAY 15th at 7pm and ending May 21st at 11:59pm CDT. The free screening promotes giving to Navajo Nation COVID 19 RELIEF FUNDS. Please consider donating to one of the organizations below and sharing this post.
Directed by Blackhorse Lowe, a filmmaker of the Navajo Nation and Tulsa Artist Fellow. Enjoy his latest film for FREE while promoting giving to Navajo Nation Covid 19 relief funds!
FUKRY (2019, 90min., USA) A screwball stoner rom-com set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the film follows Ching Yazzie, a longboard craftsman, and Dawn Wilson, an aspiring performance artist set on moving to northern California for a “mime residency.” When Ching expresses his love for Dawn, burdened by the heavy emotions she pukes on him—this catapults into Dawn leaving and propelling Ching into a spiraling descent. Through the course of a long weekend involving punk rock shows, a gallery opening and some comic fighting, the characters discover their real feelings.
Award-winning director, editor, and producer Blackhorse Lowe (Navajo) is known for narrative films set on the Navajo reservation that explore the pull between Navajo tradition and contemporary non-Navajo ways. Lowe has screened at First Peoples Festival in Montréal, Marin County International Festival, Tribeca, Sundance Film Festival and imagineNATIVE, where he received two Honorable Mentions. Blackhorse is a 2019 Tulsa Artist Fellowship.
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