NMAI co-presents at the Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival.
The 2008 Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, the
longest running showcase for international documentaries in the
United States, celebrates 32 years!
To view the festivals full schedule please visit www.amnh.org/programs/mead/2008/
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, New York 10024
For directionrs, please visit:
Ticketing information is available by phone at 212-769-5200
(service charge applies), online at http://www.amnh.org/programs/mead/2008/
(service charge applies) or on-site during Museum hours
at the Advance Group Sales desk in the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda
(Central Park West at 79th Street entrance), and at the Rose Center
for Earth and Space (81st Street entrance) (No service charge).
* Mention The National Museum of the American Indian to receive
Member price of $9!
Friday, November 14, 2008
OPENING NIGHT PRESENTATION
- 7:00 pm - In
the Land of the Headhunters
This film screens with live musical accompaniment by the Coast
Orchestra, the first all-Native American classical ensemble
conducted by Timothy Long. NY Premiere of restored 35mm print.
Discussion with Chief Bill Cranmer and William Wasden, Jr. from
the Umista Cultural Centre to follows the screening.
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Discussion with directors Annie
Silverstein and Tracy Rector
follows the screening.
Image credit: Nick Clark,
Cody Cayou and Travis Tom - courtesy of Tracy Rector; In the
Land of the Headhunters; March Point - courtesy of