Experience Seattle International Film Festival’s Indigenous Programming in your car. Gates open at 4:00pm. Show begins at dusk. Movies will run rain or shine. FREE and open to the public! Advance registration is required. More info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seattle-international-film-festival-drive-in-movies-tickets-148386769823
SIFF Film Festival Drive-in Movies
Beans – A 12-year old Mohawk girl’s coming of age story and political awakening during the Oka Crisis. Tracey Deer’s fresh voice reminds us of the importance of authentic representation and culturally-specific storytelling in cinema. Drawing upon her documentary roots and her experience growing up in the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, Deer delivers a timely film grounded in authentic history.
Love and Fury – A bold and honest look at the complexities of Native identity and art, through the lens of Sterlin Harjo, in conversation with Indigenous artists living in the US and abroad. This yearlong portrait of 20 creatives (musicians, poets, sculptors, performance artists, muralists, comedians) reminds the viewer of the rich, diverse, and sometimes brooding artistic expression of Native peoples.
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