Filmic Representations of Indigenous Peoples
The eleventh annual Northeast Historic Film Summer Symposium presents twelve presentations that explore how amateur and noncommercial filmmakers around the world have created a wide range of representations of Indigenous peoples and cultures. Registration is open to the public and to media professionals, teachers, and students. The evening programs and day-long sessions provide the opportunity to exchange opinions and insights with participants from all over North America, including students from the NYU Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program. Please register by July 12.
at the Alamo Theatre
Bucksport, ME 04416