Calling Native Filmmakers: One Heart Native Arts & Film Festival Accepting Short Film Submissions for Sept. 8 and 9, Spokane Film Screening

Published July 29, 2017

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON – American Indian and Alaska Native filmmakers are invited to submit their short films for screening during the One Heart Native Arts and Film Festival, on Sept. 8 and 9, at the Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane, Washington.

The 2017 festival will feature screenings of feature-length and short Native films, Native art, and more, as it celebrates the vibrant, innovative, and diverse world of contemporary Native arts.

A key goal of the festival is promote emerging Native artists. Native filmmakers are encouraged to submit their short films for consideration for screening during the festival. Films must be 15 minutes in length or shorter. Submissions are due Aug. 27, 2017, and may be made online at oneheartfestival.org.

In addition to the short film showcase, One Heart will feature:

  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople by Taika Waititi
  • Awake, A Dream From Standing Rock by Josh Fox, James Spione, and Myron Dewey
  • Works by Delanna Studi

 

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