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UPCOMING SCREENINGS


PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

September 2006

"When Your Hands Are Tied" premiered on Kid's Day, Sept. 7, at the Navajo Nation Fair

and was introduced by President Joe Shirley Jr. and first lady Vikki Shirley.

November 2006

31st Annual American Indian Film Festival

San Francisco, CA

http://www.aifisf.com/aifi/aiff/2006/schedule.php?display=whenyourhands

March 2007

Rag Rug Festival Las Cruces, Sponsored by theNew Mexico Women's Foundation and its Women's Cottage Industries program,

Agua Caliente Museum's Sixth Annual Palm Springs Native American Film Festival and Cultural Weekend

http://www.accmuseum.org

April 2007

Sin Fronteras Film Festival

www.myspace.com/SinFronterasFilms

http://www.unm.edu/~lasunm/resources/LIMON_Spring_II_2007.pdf

The University of New Mexico’s celebration of Native American culture and heritage at the 52nd annual Nizhoni Days

Native Xperience

Sponsored and organized by the Kiva Club since the 1950s, Nizhoni Days demonstrate the wealth of Native American achievements in the arts, activism, politics, academics and culture.

http://www.unm.edu/~market/cgi-bin/archives/001873.html

Special Public Screening of "When Your Hands are Tied"

performances by BLACKFIRE and Radmilla Cody

The Guild Theater

http://www.guildcinema.com

July 2007

Monument Valley Film Festival

Kayenta, Arizona

Film Festival Schedule

Poster

www.monumentvalleyfilmfest.com

Coconino Center for the Arts
2300 North Fort Valley Road Flagstaff, AZ

Poster

http://www.culturalpartners.org/default.htm

August 2007

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
4th Annual SouthWest Indian Film Theater - Films by Native American and Indigenous Filmmakers
Albuquerque, NM

www.indianpueblo.org/whatsnew/AugSeptcalendar2.pdf

www.indianpueblo.org

www.indianpueblo.com

Gary Farmer
Gallery of Contemporary Art
Santa Fe, New Mexico

505.988.1171

www.garyfarmergallery.com

Santa Fe Film Center
Santa Fe, NM

http://www.santafefilmfestival.com/Information

October 2007

Heard Museum Film Festival

Heard Museum
Phoenix, AZ

602.252.8848

http://www.heard.org/NETCOMMUNITY/Page.aspx?&pid=508&srcid=183

Red Fork Native American Film Festival

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Sponsored by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Tulsa Community College. Red Fork presents films that showcase the work of native actors, writers, and directors, or films that focus upon the experiences of indigenous people – all in an effort to entertain and inform our communities. With integrity and dignity, the Festival hopes to build a stronger sense of community among Native Americans and non-Native Americans.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

keverett@tulsacc.edu

Schedule:

http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=123328551&blogID=314214073

September 2008

Migration Music Festival Taipei, Taiwan http://www.treesmusic.com/festival/2008mmf/DF_wyhat_eng.htm

November 2008

5Th Annual Los Angeles RED NATION FILM FESTVAL - Award for Native Women in Film and TV Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 680-3700 http://www.rednationfilmfestival.com/ http://www.rednation.com/about/filmfestival

Hoop-Honoring Our Own Power's First People's Native American Film Festival

Newport Rhode Island

http://threehoops.com/

http://firstgiving.org/honoringourownpower

PBS WQED- celebrates "Native American Heritage Day"by airing "When Your Hands are Tied"

July 2009

National Indian Justice Center Tenth Annual For All My Relations : A Conference for Indian Families Garden Grove, California

http://www.nijc.org/conferences.html

Native American Film Series

National Center for the Preservation of Democracy ,

Los Angeles, CA,

http://www.myspace.com/nafilmserie