Minnesota American Indian Stories and Storytellers Film Festival

  • Mille Lacs Indian Museum & Trading Post 43411 Oodena Drive Onamia, MN, 56359 United States

View short and feature films by and about Minnesotan
American Indians throughout the day. Select screenings
will include an introduction by the directors or subjects
of the films and will be followed by an audience
Q&A session. Scheduled screenings for the day:

1 :00-1:25 pm Youth Short Films. Films by students from Migizi Communications and Nay-Ah-Shing School.
1:40-2:15 pm Reclaiming Sacred Tobacco
2:30-3:15 pm Thunder Films, films by Jonathan Thunder (Man Cave, Demon Tree, A Night in Miccosukee, Petaki, Gii-mawinzowaad Makoons Miinawaa Nigigoons, Walk in Dreams, Trailer for Duluth/Superior Film Festival) Jonathan Thunder will introduce the films and be available for Q & A.
3:30-4:15 pm Coyote Way: Going Back Home. Writer, Director and Producer Missy Whiteman will introduce the film and be available after for a Q & A session.
4:30-5:15 pm Waabooze. Film will be introduced by Stephanie Thompson and her son Ethan Engberg, who star in the film as Rabbit and Rabbit's mom.
6:30-8:00 pm Awake, A Dream from Standing Rock
8:00-10:00 pm First Daughter and the Black Snake with an introduction and Q & A with Winona LaDuke and Director Keri Pickett.

Sponsored in part by the Harriet Thwing Holden Fund for
American Indian History.