To increase the recruitment, retention, leadership and success of native peoples at KU

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY: ANIMATED SHORTS PROGRAM

October 10th, 7:00 PM
Lied Center of Kansas

1600 Stewart Drive
Lawrence KS 66045

Featuring work by Amanda Strong, Christopher Auchter, Diane Obomsawin and others, this screening will highlight recent work in Indigenous animation. The films showcase distinct Indigenous stories, languages and animation styles, as represented in communities across North America—from Nunavut in northern Canada to Jalisco in southern Mexico. Following the film screening, there will be a short Q&A with Native film students relating to Native films and filmmaking.

The Bear Facts (2010, dir. Jonathan Wright, 4min)
Neil Discovers the Moon (2011, dir. Stephen Judd, 1min)
Seven Sins: Sloth (2011, dir. Alethea Arnaquq-Baril feat. Jonathan Wright, Inuk, 2min)
Qalupalik (2014, dir. Michaela Martin, 2min)
First Contact (2015, dir. Stephen Judd and Ryan Redcorn, 2min)
Four Faces of the Moon (2016, dir. Amanda Strong, Métis , 14min)
El Primer Amanecer (2016, dir. Gabriela Badillo, Huichol del Este, 1min)
Cómo llegó el Conejo a la Luna (2016, dir. Gabriela Badillo, Huasteco del occidente, 2min)
I Like Girls (2016, dir. Diane Obomsawin, Abenaki, 8min)
Uktena and Thunder (2017, dir. Joseph Erb, Cherokee, 9min)
Hipster Headress PSA (2017, dir. Amanda Strong, Métis, 1min)
The Mountain of SGaana (2017, dir. Christopher Auchter, Haida, 10min)
Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes) (2018, dir. Amanda Strong, Métis, 20min)


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