Presented by Hud Oberly (Comanche, Osage, Caddo) and Ianeta Le’i of the Sundance Institute, and guest curator Missy Whiteman (Northern Arapaho and Kickapoo Nations), Sundance NativeLab Fellow
For 25 years, the Sundance Institute has maintained an investment and commitment to Native American filmmakers and their stories. This year’s touring shorts program includes six recent works by Shaandiin Tome (Diné); Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr. (Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians); Michelle Latimer (Métis/Algonquin); Adam Khalil and Zach Khalil (Ojibway)/Jackson Polys (Tlingit); Sky Hopinka (Ho-Chunk/Pechanga); and Billy Luther (Navajo, Hopi, and Laguna Pueblo). A conversation about our region’s Indigenous filmmaking talent and resources follows the screening. 2016–2018, DCP, 67 minutes.
Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.
The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets
Adam Khalil / Zach Khalil / Jackson Polys
Networking Opportunity: Meet the Filmmakers
In conjunction with tonight’s screening, a networking event offers emerging Native filmmakers opportunities to have engaging conversations with Sundance Native Lab fellows and established directors, with a special focus on the resources available for Native producers living in Minnesota.