American Museum of Natural History
November 13 - 14, 2004
The Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival, presented by the American
Museum of Natural History in New York (AMNH), screens independent
cultural documentaries from around the world. In 2004 the NMAI
Film and Video Center is co-presenting works by Native directors
from the Northwest Coast and the Southwest as part of a special
focus in this year's festival program. For information about purchasing
tickets and programs, go to www.amnh.org/programs/mead.
Saturday, November 13, 3:45 pm
Native Pride. 911 Media Arts Center/Young Producers
Project (Swinomish). 2 min.
Rez-Robics for Couch Potato Skins. Producers: Pam Belgarde
(Turtle Mountain Ojibwe) and Gary Rhine. 20 min. Excerpt.
Raven Tales: How Raven Stole the Sun. Directors: Chris
Kientz (Cherokee) and Simon James (Kwakwakawakw). 22 min.
Sunday, November 14, 1:30 pm
Paatuwaqatsi: Water, Land, and Life (20 min.) and
Pensoyungkam: People with a Pencil (30 min.) Both directed
by Victor Masayevsa Jr. (Hopi).
Sunday, November 14, 3:45 pm Co-presented with New York University's Center for Media, Culture
Totem: Return of the G'psgolox Pole. Director: Gil
Cardinal (Métis). 70 min.
Image credit: Audience at Club Red Radio,
2000 Native American Film and Video Festival - photograph by Amalia Córdova,