48th Annual American Indian Film Festival

48th Annual American Indian Film Festival Start Date: Friday 11/3/2023 — End Date: Saturday 11/11/2023 Admission:Free (+ optional paid events) The 48th Annual American Indian Film Festival November 3-11 (www.aifisf.com) will bring unique films, compelling content and diverse viewpoints to San Francisco during National Native American Heritage Month. It is the oldest film festival dedicated to Native American cinema and this year showcases over 60 innovative feature films, narrative and animated shorts, music videos, and documentaries. Some of the film programs cover: Women Leading the Way, Tradition and Culture, Resiliency and a number of other themes. The opening night film will be held at the DeYoung Museum November 3, 2023 featuring Bones of Crows, a multi-generational story about a Cree Woman who survives the residential school system and goes on to be a Cree Code-talker in WWII. We will also be premiering the new Marvel series Echo, with its Native American heroine, at the AMC Kabuki 8 in San Francisco November 10. Note that there are also films scheduled for the San Francisco Public Library, the Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, the Magic Theatre in Fort Mason and Berkeley Community College (BCC). If you would like to attend any of the films, buy tickets or make donations, please see the detailed program and schedule guide here. (https://aiff48.eventive.org/schedule) All the films feature Native American actors, directors, or native themes. The heartfelt topics and stories about the Native American experience are sure to intrigue and entertain audiences. You can find more detail on the overall film festival at www.aifisf.com. Location: 100 Larkin St Civic Center San Francisco Contact: Whitney Boswell aifi.whitney@gmail.com URL: aifisf.com

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