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Film Festival / Through Indian Eyes: 20 Native Films In 6 Days (30-5)


  • YALE/MULTIPLE 26 High Street New Haven, CT, 06510 United States (map)
Monday Nov. 30:
"The Fast Runner," a 2001 Inuktitut-language drama based on an Inuit legend about an evil spirit. 5:30 p.m., 300 George St., Room 901.
Tuesday Dec. 1: 
"Trudell," a 2005 documentary about poet-activist John Trudell. 9:25 a.m., Native American Cultural Center, 26 High St.
"Drunktown's Finest," a 2014 drama about three Native Americans trying to flee the hardships of the reservation. 5:30 p.m., 300 George St.
"Kahnesatake," a 1991 documentary about the 1990 Oka crisis. 8 p.m., Native American Cultural Center.
Wednesday Dec. 2
"Tikinagan," documentary from 1991 about the Cree community's child welfare system. 9:25 p.m., Loria Center, 190 York St.
"Kissed by Lightning, drama about a Mohawk artist. 1 p.m., Center for Language Study, 370 Temple St.
"Itam Hakim Hoplit," documentary about Hopi philosophy. 8 p.m., Silliflicks at Silliman College, 509 College St.
Thursday Dec. 3
Native Short Films, 9:25 a.m., Native American Cultural Center.
"This May Be the Last Time," documentary from 2014 about the disappearance of the documentarian's grandfather. Noon, Silliflicks.
"Naturally Native," drama from 1998 about three enterprising sisters. Financed by Mashantucket tribe. 7 p.m., Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St.
Friday Dec. 4
"The Honor of It All," noon, Native American Cultural Center.
"Smoke Signals," comic drama from 1998 about two Indian men on a road trip. 7 p.m., Whitney.
Saturday Dec. 5
"Navajo Talking Picture," documentary from 1985 about a Navajo grandmother's traditional lifestyle. 5 p.m., Native American Cultural Center.
"Rhymes for Young Ghouls," drama from 2013 about a terrible school. 7 p.m., Native American Cultural Center.
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