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.

Films will be screened at the Museum’s Ricketson Theater. Doors open at 6 p.m., films begin at 6:30 p.m. Please use the Evening entrance on the west side of the Museum. Admission is free. 

July 12
6:30 p.m.

NAPAGUNNAQULLUSI - So That You Can Stand (director Ole Gjerstad) is the inside David-versus-Goliath story, seen through Inuit eyes, of the tense negotiations that led to the signing of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement in November 1975. It is the story of a small band of young Inuit, working closely with the elders of their community, to fight a rearguard battle against a powerful government-corporate behemoth determined to usurp part of their Inuit homeland. In memory of Mark Annanack, George Koneak, Johnny Williams, and Mark R. Gordon; and dedicated to all the other Nunavimmiut who made it happen. In Inuktitut, English &French with English subtitles. (Studio Pascal Blais, 2015, 83 min.).

Audience discussion and Q&A will follow the film screening.

2017 Schedule– Film titles to be announced
August 9
September 13
October 8 (Screening will take place in Ricketson Auditorium)
November 8
No screening in December

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