Premiering in June, Indigenous Earth Voices, will explore the peoples relationship to the Earth.
All of the artists involved in this film, including actors, directors, interviewees and playwrights are Indigenous. The film features six stories from locations throughout Canada and the United States focusing on stories of subsistence, family traditions, land rights, myths and legends, regalia, tribal rituals, treaties and issues that impact Indigenous cultures. Interviewees come from the tribes of Cherokee, Cree in Canada, Cup'ik Eskimo in Alaska, Lakota, Piscataway, Shoshone, Zuni and others.
Indigenous Earth Voices is free and open to the public to watch, but reservations are encouraged.
Contributing Sponsorship for Indigenous Earth Voices is generously provided by Andrew R. Ammerman.
Supporting Sponsorship for Indigenous Earth Voices is generously provided by the Artistic Director's Fund.
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