February 19, 2014
Suddenly Samí (Min Mors Hemmelighet)
A film by Ellen-Astri Lundby (2009)
Presented by Dr. Angelica Lawson
Suddenly Sami is a personal film about identity. When the director discovers that her mother has been hiding her Indigenous Sami background from her, Ellen sets out to Northern Norway to discover why. Ellen’s story explores the impact of relocation and diaspora on the Indigenous peoples of Norway and how this history has impacted Sami identity.
About Dr. Angelica Lawson
Dr. Lawson is an assistant professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where she teaches American Indian and Indigenous film.
About the Director:
Ellen-Astri Lundby (b. 1959), a freelance reporter and filmmaker, has worked in film and television since 1989 creating humorous short fiction and documentary films.
Place: Sateren Auditorium, Music Hall, 715 22nd Ave South
Time: 6:30 to 9:30 pm.
- 6:30-7:00 Introductions
- Screening begins at 7:00
- Discussion follows
All events are free to the public.
For More Sami Film Events visit: http://www.nordiclightsfilmfestival.org/
Thank you to our sponsors: the American Indian Studies Department, the Augsburg Native American Film Series, and the University of Minnesota’s American Indian Studies Department.
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Augsburg Native American Film Series
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Minneapolis, MN 55454