November 17, 2023 - November 24, 2023
The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. This year’s theme highlights films of Indigenous perseverance that inspire, uplift, and triumph against adversity—stories that prevail against the judicial system, generational trauma, and cultural appropriation through love and complex relationships, self-worth, and humor. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and Arctic.
All films available on demand:
- Aitamaako’tamisskapi Natosi: Before the Sun
- The Legend of Molly Johnson
- We Are Still Here
- Connections Shorts Program
- Future-Focused Shorts Program
- Inside Out Shorts Program
- Pacifika Shorts Program
This program is funded in part by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Virtual Pow Wow
Date: November 17, 2023 - November 24, 2023
Virtual Pow Wow 2023 Native Cinema Showcase
Contact: National Museum of the American Indian
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Pow Wow Information
A Pow Wow is a Native American tradition that brings together many different tribes and communities. Pow Wows are cultural celebrations that include dancing, singing, socializing, crafts, arts, and food.
Pow Wows listed on our calendar are open to the public!
- What to expect at your first Pow Wow?
- What is a Pow Wow?
- Are Pow Wows Open to the Public?
- Pow Wow Etiquette
- Pow Wow 101 – Frequently Asked Questions
- Pow Wow Singing
- Dance Styles
- Watch Pow Wows Live Online
- Watch Pow Wow Videos
- Pow Wow Photography Guide
Submitted by Paul G on: October 31, 2023
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Pow Wow Last Update: October 31, 2023