Native Film Series


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native_film_series_iconNative Film Series

Image from the film The Exiles.
In these films, contemporary Native American lives are documented in the past and present by Natives. Issues of place, culture, and perception help shape an understanding of contemporary Native American issues that are interwoven with issues of the past, lived experiences, diverse and rich.

This series is brought to you by the Native American Graduate Student Association (NAGSA), the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center (FNECC) and the Office of Diversity, Equity, Multi-Cultural Affairs (DEMA), Native American Community Center of Bloomington, Department of American Studies, and IU Cinema.

We will also be hosting potlucks at the new FNECC house to celebrate the film series after each showing and everyone is welcome. Screenings are free, but ticketed.

Upcoming Films

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