October 8, 2018 THE EAGLE AND THE CONDOR–FROM STANDING ROCK WITH LOVE
The film is based around prophecy of the Eagle and Condor that originates with nations from the South and features ceremony held at the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) site on Indigenous People’s Day, October 10th, 2016.
This special event will take place internationally on Indigenous People’s Day as institutions and community groups simultaneously screen the film, virtually connect with the filmmaker (Kahstosera’a Paulette Moore) and provide institution specific programming. At Augsburg, in addition to the screening, we will highlight student and community stories of activism and participation at Standing Rock. We look forward to hearing your memories of Standing Rock as part of our conversation after the film.
November 14, 2018 OHIYESA: THE SOUL OF AN INDIAN
Join Syd and Kate Beane for a special screening of their documentary about Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa). The film “follows Kate Beane, a young Dakota woman, as she examines the extraordinary life of her celebrated relative, Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa).” Vision Maker Media.
February 15-March 9,INDIgenesis: GEN2 at the Walker
the Augsburg Native American Film Series is co-hosting a number of films in the INDIGenesis: GEN2 program through our free ticket offerings–all include filmmakers or guests attending the screening:
Warrior Women on March 1 (16 free tickets available)
Empty Metal on March 8 (16 free tickets available)
Smoke Signals on March 9 (18 free tickets available)
To reserve your tickets, please email M. Elise Marubbio at email@example.com and specify which film and the number of tickets you are requesting. It is first come first serve. Your names will then be forwarded to the Walker and you will be able to claim tickets at the event.
March 29, AWAKE: A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK
“The Water Protectors at Standing Rock captured world attention through their peaceful resistance…AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock captures the story of Native-led defiance that forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. ” (AWAKE)
April 16, CELEBRATING NATIVE VOICES: SHORT
FILMS BY INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS
We will be screening short films ranging from narrative fiction based on historical reality to documentary to youth produced work. The films come from filmmakers in Norway (Sami), Canada, California, and the United States, some of whom will be present physically or through Zoom at our screening at the University of St. Thomas.