Taos Shortz Film Fest
March 30 - April 2, 2017
Taos, New Mexico

Program 7, Friday, April 8, 3:00-5:00pm

NATIVE AMERICAN SHOWCASE

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Spotlighting our talented Native American filmmakers. We will get a glimpse of what’s hot on the Native American indie film scene. Moderated by award-winning filmmaker and IAIA Adjunct Faculty Peter Kershaw and IAIA Cinematic Arts Department Chair James Lujan. Followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

 

Trust in Maggie
Felicia Nez (Navajo), 10:45
TrustInMaggieNA
Maggie concocts a scheme to earn some quick cash.

 

The Exile
Frosley Fowler (Navajo), 15:00
TheExile
A successful young artist wonders whether or not he’s sold out.

 

Pueblo Love
Kenneth Kanesta (Cochiti Pueblo), 4:20
PuebloLove
A Pueblo warrior, taken prisoner, receives an unexpected act of mercy.

 

Big Sister Rug
Dwayne Joe (Navajo/Hopi), 15:00
BigSisterRug
This documentary looks at the history and future of the world’s largest hand-woven rug, the Big Sister Rug, housed on the Navajo reservation.

 

Daydreams
Sydney Issacs (Tlingit), 1:10
Daydreams
A young woman takes a break from reality.

 

Devil’s Throne
Echota Killsnight (Northern Cheyenne/Cherokee), 14:35
DevilsThrone
A land owner discovers a suspicious trespasser on his property who claims to have buried a dead dog, but is it really a dog in the grave?

 

The Blanket
Razelle Benally (Oglala Lakota/Navajo), 9:15
TheBlanket
In 1863 New Mexico, a settler copes with the death of his wife amid skirmishes with a nearby Indian tribe.

 

 

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