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Run, Tecato, Run A film by Efraín Gutiérrez

USA, Drama, 197986 min, 16mm, Black & WhiteSpanglishTo be followed by a conversation with director Efraín Gutiérrez and author Gregg Barrios

Saturday, April 26 - 4PM

Marchesa

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2014 Path Waves Youth Film Program

Presented in cooperation with Smithsonian National Museum of American Indian, Path Waves invites kids to explore the joys and challenges of Native experience in our world today. Hand-drawn animations, reimagined legends, inquisitive documentaries, and fun youth-made live action stories all come together to spark curiosity about the many rich histories and vibrant cultures of indigenous peoples throughout North America. Chartered by an act of Congress in 1989 as the 18th museum of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of American Indian (NMAI) is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of the Native cultures of the Americas.

All films are in English, or in original language with subtitles in English.Cynthia Benitez, Film & Video Program Specialist for the Smithsonian National Museum of American Indian, will be present for a Q&A after the screening.

Path Waves Films Beboon & ZigwaanWinter & SpringJoseph Briski, Darrin Brown, Katrina Ducheneaux, Dylan Headbird, Rain Headbird, Dinyce Howard, Devin Johnson, Eliza KingbirdIn Progress & The Bu O Nay Ge Shig School4 min, Leech Lake Nation, USA, 2013Beboon & Zigwaan is a video short about a traditional Anishinaabe teaching of Winter and Spring. Corriger le tableauCorrecting the ChalkboardEnsemble pour le respect et la diversitéWapikoni Mobile5 min, Canada, 2012On a blank chalkboard, youth from Manawan rewrite the stories of their lives. How Agate Pass Came to BeLonghouse Media3 min, USA, 2013The creation story of Agate Pass is a powerful reminder of tribal relationships to water. Indian TaxiAbraham Côté, Kevin PapatieWapikoni Mobile1 min, Canada, 2011An animated journey through tradition and modernity. Injunuity: The Great LawAdrian Baker9 min, USA, 2013The Haudenosaunee were practicing democracy long before any settler arrived in the New World. How much influence did Haudenosaunee democracy have on our Founding Fathers and on documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution? More than you know. Injunuity: Two SpiritAdrian Baker7 min, USA, 2013Two Spirit: A person of First Nations or Native American descent possessing both a male and female spirit. An umbrella term used to describe the fluidity of First Nations/Native American gender identity and sexuality with respect to traditional tribal roles. La joie de vivreThe Joy of LivingJérémy VassiliouWapikoni Mobile5 min, Canada, 2011Jérémy delivers a message of hope by talking about the things that give him the will to live. My Name is KobeBriana RobertsAIFI Tribal Touring Program8 min, USA, 2010Meet the cat who calls the tribal office home in this work produced in a Tribal Touring Program workshop. People of the WaterLonghouse Media5 min, USA, 2013Suquamish teen Ty Purser harvests seafood as part of his daily life. Join him from sunrise to sunset on this cultural adventure. Respondan a esta videocarta de ChicahuaxtlaRespond to this Video Letter from ChicahuaxtlaGuillermo MonteforteOjo de Agua Comunicación20 min, Mexico, 2012Children from this Triqui community in Oaxaca, Mexico share with us their lives and knowledge, and invite other children from all over the world to respond with another video letter. Shhh!Steven Paul Judd1 min, USA, 2013Something interrupts an elder as he addresses the tribe. Sigo: A Hunter’s StoryLonghouse Media5 min, USA, 2013Sigo tells the story of Ty Purser's family tradition: hunting. Skatne RonatehiarontieThey Grow TogetherMarion Konwennonhon DelarondeRainbowstinks Productions, Husking House Productions6 min, Kahnawake, Canada, 2011An animated re-telling of a traditional Mohawk farming story, told in the Mohawk language. Presented in cooperation with the

 

 
  Mundos Diferentes, Episodes 1-8

Produced by high school students at the Austin School of Film

Student filmmakers will be present for a Q&A session after the screening

"Hey baby, qué pasó?" A totally different take on the bi-cultural teenage world of sex, drugs, and Tejano rock 'n' roll, that's what's up. Produced entirely by high school students at the Austin School of Film, MUNDOS DIFERENTES is a telenovela that reflects the true-to-life highs and lows of life, love, and loss as seen through the eyes of a quartet of young Latinos in a modern American high school in Austin, Texas. Maria, Alejandra, Christina, and Alex face daily challenges not only of teen life but also specific cross-cultural conflicts: a forgotten sister left behind, a young fugitive fleeing the grim specter of cartel violence, forbidden loves, and buried pasts that are not, perhaps, as deeply interred as they would like. 

Presented in cooperation with the Austin School of Film.

Saturday, April 26 - 10:00 AMat the MACC

Free admission