Weekend matinees and special screenings celebrate the work
of Native Americans in the moviesdirectors, actors, writers,
and community activists.
All screenings are in the Rasmuson Theater (Ground Level) unless
otherwise noted. All programs are subject to change.
National Museum of the American Indian
Independence Ave and 4th Street, SW - Washington, DC
For directions and entrance information, enter
DC ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
Presented as part of the 8th Annual DC Asian Pacific American
Film Festival. For more information visit: www.apafilm.org
AMERICAN INDIAN HERITAGE MONTH
November 4, 2007
in collaboration with the Smithsonian American Indian Employee
Network and Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies.
A moderated discussion with community activists Barry Dana (Penobscot),
Winona LaDuke (Ojibwe), and
Gail Small (Northern Cheyenne)
will follow the screening.
Following the screening director Gwendolyn
Cates and Jock Soto will
participate in a discussion moderated by Melissa Bisagni (FVC).
Image credit: The films
subjects in Washington D.C. at the opening of the National Museum
of the American Indian. © 2005 Katahdin Foundation; To
Play the Games poster; Na Kamalei: The Men of Hula - photographs
courtesy of Lehua Films; The films subjects in Washington
D.C. at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian.
© 2005 Katahdin Foundation