Indigenous Bolivian and Native American Film Festival

by Elise
(Minneapolis, MN)

Augsburg Native American Film Series in collaboration with Phillips Indian Educators and the Parkway Theater present: Where Condor Meets Eagle: Indigenous Bolivian and Native American Film Festival and Cultural Exchange.

March 16-18, 2012
Parkway Theater
4814 Chicago Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55407
FREE Admission

We are proud to present Where Condor Meets Eagle: Indigenous Bolivian and Native American Film Festival and Cultural Exchange, a three-night film festival celebrating Indigenous film, collaborations across national boundaries, and visual storytelling.

The festival title, Where Condor Meets Eagle, reflects the prophecy that when the Condor (Bolivia) meets the Eagle (North America) the Indigenous continent will be healed. This title also represents our philosophy to promote good health/living well for Indigenous communities through decolonization and self-determination.

The Where Condor Meets Eagle: Indigenous Bolivian and Native American Film Festival includes documentaries, docudramas, and narrative fiction films representing the work produced by three Indigenous film organization Igloolik Isuma Productions (Canada), CAIB (Bolivia) and Mushkeg Media Inc. (Canada) whose award winning work has been recognized globally at festivals including, the Native American Film + Video Festival (New York), Cannes, Toronto Film Festival, and the American Indigenous People and First Nations Film and Video Festival (Bolivia). The event also will include short films produced in the Summer 2011 by two award winning local youth-producer groups from Minnesota: MIGIZI Youth Producers and Project Reserve Youth Producers.

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