Tulsa American Film Fest Presents Native Film Program at Gilcrease Museum

te-ataPublished October 7, 2016

TULSA–TAFFest, partnered with the Gilcrease Museum, present the majority of its Native film program on Saturday, October 15th, 2016. “Our inaugural festival was very well received by the city of Tulsa and Oklahoma film community last year and we are thrilled to be coming back for our 2nd annual film festival.

We are very proud of the Native film program that we are presenting and honored that the Gilcrease Museum has partnered with us again this year. –Ben Arredondo (Founder/Director, Tulsa American Film Festival)

All screenings at the Gilcrease Museum this day are FREE and open to the public.

Native Voices Documentary Program starts at 10:00 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.:

The Thunderbird Over the Whale (2015) Dir. Nicole Acevedo, 15 min.

In Attla’s Tracks (2015) Dir. Catharine Axley, 22 min. Kivalina (2016) Dir. Gina Abatemarco, 65 min.

Kay Walkingstick: An American Artist (2015) Dir. Augusta Lehman, 8 min

Bisonhead (2015) Dir. Elizabeth Lo, 9 min.

What Was Ours (2016) Dir. Mat Hames, 79 min.

Narrative Feature film 3:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.:

Te Ata (2015) directed by Nathan Frankowski, (105 minutes)

Additional Native films being screened at Circle Cinema throughout festival. Go to www.tulsaamericanfilmfest.com for complete schedule.

Gilcrease Museum is pleased to once again serve as a venue for the Tulsa American Film Festival. The ‘Native Voices’ documentary series and kids films that will be screened at Gilcrease fit in perfectly with the museum’s educational mission,” said James Pepper Henry, (Executive Director of Gilcrease Museum.)

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