Canceled: INDIgenesis: GEN 3
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Presented over two weeks, the series INDIgenesis: GEN 3, guest curated by Missy Whiteman (Northern Arapaho and Kickapoo Nations), opens with an evening of expanded cinema and includes several shorts programs in the Walker Cinema and Bentson Mediatheque, an afternoon of virtual reality, and a closing-night feature film.
The ongoing showcase of works by Native filmmakers and artists is rooted in Indigenous principles that consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations. GEN 3 connects perspectives and stories from the past, present, and future to convey Indigenous truths, teachings, and values.
“Indigenous artists use the creative process of filmmaking for revitalization and narrative sovereignty,” says Whiteman. “Our stories tell us where we came from, re-create our truths, affirm our languages and culture, and inspire us to imagine our Indigenous future. We come from the stars. How far will we take this medium?”
Throughout the program, join conversations with artists and community members centered on themes of Indigenous Futurism, revitalization, and artistic creation.
Canceled: INDIgenesis Opening Night: Remembering the Future
Indigenous Lens: Our Reality (Online)
Canceled: Virtual Reality: 2167 Indigital Space
Canceled: Shorts: Revitalization
Canceled: Featured Playlist: INDIgenesis
Canceled: Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian
Canceled: INDIgenesis Closing Night: Blood Quantum