Indigenous Film

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is pleased to partner with the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management and the Denver American Indian Commission to present Indigenous Film, a monthly indigenous film series.

The film will be screened at the Museum’s Phipps Theater. Doors open at 6 p.m., films begin at 6:30 p.m. Please use the IMAX Evening Entrance on the east side of the Museum. Admission is free. Concessions are available for purchase.

Hearing Radmilla
February 14
6:30 p.m.

Hearing Radmilla, director Angela Webb. This portrait of Radmilla Cody, takes us from her early years growing up with her grandmother, through her controversial reign as the first biracial Miss Navajo Nation (1997-98), explores the early years of her promising singing career and the realities that lead to serious legal consequences. Since the film was made, Radmilla has gone on to receive numerous accolades, including a Grammy nomination and the 2013 Native American Music Award for Best Record of the Year. (Angela Webb, 2010, 82 min.).

Bessie Smith (Dzabahe) will lead an audience discussion after the film screening.

2018 Schedule – Film titles to be announced
Wednesday, March 14
To Brooklyn and Back: A Mohawk Journey
Director Reaghan Tarbell (Mohawk). For over 50 years, the Kahnawake Mohawks of Quebec, Canada occupied a 10 square block hub in the North Gowanus section of Brooklyn, which became known as Little Caughnawaga. The director provides a new perspective on the Mohawk high steel workers who helped build the bridges and skyscrapers of New York City. This is the story of the women behind the men, who created the community of “Little Caughnawaga,” a home away from home in the heart of Brooklyn. (Mushkeg Media, Inc, 2008, 57 min.) www.mushkeg.ca.

Wednesday, April 11
Wednesday, May 9
Wednesday, June 13
Wednesday, July 11
Wednesday, August 8
Wednesday, September 12
Wednesday, November 14
No screening in December

 

 

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