This annual series celebrates Native stories and the work of
indigenous directors, actors, writers, musicians, and cultural
At the Movies is made possible with public funds from
the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and with
support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Sheets to the Wind
Renew Media/Indigenous Eye
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Renew Media
National Museum of the American Indian honors Renew Media's innovative
and crucial work in awarding fellowships to the most original
and instrumental media artists in the US and Mexico. During the
month, in both the NMAI's At the Movies series and daily
programs, works will be shown by some of the more than
thirty Renew Media Fellows whose works have screened at NMAI.
For more information about Renew Media www.renewmedia.org.
were held in the Auditorium of the George Gustav Heye Center.
- Thursday, July 12 2007, 6 - 8 pm
Discussion follows with Four Sheets to the Wind director
Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek).
- Saturday, July 14th, 1 - 4 pm
On Saturday, the program opens with short works from recent
Renew Media Fellows: Conversion
by Nanobah Becker (Navajo), Día
2/Day 2 by Dante Cerano (P'urhepecha), and Dancing
Earth: La Renaissance Indigene by Blackhorse Lowe
Discussion follows with director Sterlin Harjo and producer
Chad Burris (Chickasaw).
Presented in collaboration with Sundance Institute Native Initiatives
and Tribeca Film Institute's All Access Connects.
Screenings were held in the Auditorium of the George Gustav
June 5, 2007 7 pm, New York premiere
- Thursday, June 7, 2007, 6 pm
Discussion after both screenings with the director, who will
be joined by Miss Navajo Nation contestant Crystal Frazier on
Tuesday, June 5.
Four Sheets to the Wind - Chuck Foxen; Four Sheets
to the Wind - Chuck Foxen; Four Sheets to the Wind
- Chuck Foxen; Miss Navajo - Idris Rheubottom;
Miss Navajo - Idris Rheubottom