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08mar6:30 pm8:30 pmPowerlandsOne Earth Film Fest

Event Details

Ivey Camille Manybeads Tso/2022/77 min/Energy, Environmental & Social Justice, People & Culture, Historical Perspectives

FILM DESCRIPTION: A young Navajo filmmaker investigates displacement of Indigenous people and devastation of the environment caused by the same chemical companies that have exploited the land where she was born. On this personal and political journey she learns from Indigenous activists across three continents.

AWARDS: 1) 2022 Rigoberta Menchú Grand. 2) 2022 Best Feature, American Documentary & Animation Film Festival (AmDocs). 3) Red Nation International Film Festival. 4) Best Feature, American Indian Film Festival. 5) Best Director/Inspiration Award, Fist Up Film Festival. 6) Best Cinematography, Tacoma Film Festival. 7) Best Environmental Film, Arizona International Film Festival.

“PG-13” May contain heavy themes, graphic images or language.

The 6-minute film “Vandals” by Suzie Kang, April Chang, and Emily Wong will screen prior to the feature film. “Vandals” won the top post-grad prize in the 2020 One Earth Young Filmmakers Contest.

VIRTUAL: Wednesday, March 8, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Central Standard Time

Tickets available to North American viewers only.

Tickets are free with a suggested $8 donation to One Earth Film Fest.

Virtual watch party “doors” open 15 minutes before start time.



(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT-06:00)

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