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Film Studies for Adults: Native American Cinema

Images of Indigenous people have been prevalent in American cinema since the late 1800s, but more often than not, these images were produced without consultation or guidance from Native people. Contemporary First Nations filmmakers are working to redefine Indigenous identities on-screen, capturing the complexities of their experiences and presenting new ways of telling their own stories. Led by filmmakers from the Sundance Institute, Bird Runningwater and Adam Piron, TPH’s Native American Cinema course will explore the rich and resonant films being made by Indigenous filmmakers.

Classes will take place online via Zoom

November 4, 11, and 18 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm – Learn More About This Course.

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