Pocahontas Reframed: Native American Storytellers Film Festival
In its inaugural year, the Pocahontas Reframed: Native American Storytellers Film Festival will feature over a dozen critically-acclaimed films celebrating Native American culture. This exciting and interactive, three day event is FREE and will feature several special guests, including directors, comedians, musicians, dancers and live performances celebrating Native American stories and storytellers.
The audience will be able to interact with artists, authors, filmmakers, and actors and discuss and share their passion for cinema. The Festival will also provide a platform for academic and experiential learning opportunities open to tribal members, students, educators, and the public.
Dates: November 17-19
Location: The Byrd Theatre, 2908 West Cary Street, Richmond VA, 23221
Admission: FREE, admission is offered on a first come first serve basis. Tickets can be reserved on the website.
3:00 pm- Seasons, a film by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud
7:30 pm- The Silent Enemy, a film by H.P. Carver
9:15 pm- The Exiles, a film by Kent Mackenzie
10:00 am- Reel Injun, a film by Neil Diamond
12:00 pm- Pocahontas: Beyond the Myth, a film by the Smithsonian Channel
1:30 pm- The Doctrine of Discovery, a film by Sheldon Peters Wolfchild
3:00 pm – Rumble: The Indians who Rocked the Worlds, a film by Catherine Bainbridge and produced by Stevie Salas
5:00 pm – Neither Wolf nor Dog, a film by Steven Lewis Simpson
9:00 am – A Thousand Voices, a film produced by Pamela Pierce of Silver Bullet productions
10:00 am – Every Emotion Costs, a film by Darlene Napose
12:00 pm – Kissed by Lightning, a film by Shelley Niro
3:15 pm – First Daughter and the Black Snake, a film by Keri Pickett
5:00 pm – Te Ata, a film by Nathan Frankoski