Love And Fury + Q&A
Over the course of a year, filmmaker Sterlin Harjo followed a set of Native artists across various practices to propose a simple, yet loaded question: Who classifies Native American art and what does that mean? Among those profiled are musician and composer Laura Ortman, who performed at the 2019 Whitney Biennial; artist and composer Raven Chacon; famed poet, musician and author Joy Harjo; singer and guitarist Micah P. Hinson; multidisciplinary artist and musician Nicholas Galanin; and Bobby “Dues” Wilson, co-creator of the famed comedy group The 1491s. Within their musings and work, Harjo constructs a gentle portrait of creatives asking what it means to push boundaries while also creating work reflective of their own identities as it relates to their own experiences.
Director:Sterlin Harjo – Seminole/Muscogee Creek
USA | 2020 | 93 min
English ǀ Documentary Feature
Sterlin Harjo is an award-winning Seminole/Muscogee Creek filmmaker who has directed three feature films and a feature documentary. Harjo is a founding member of a five-member Native American comedy group, The 1491s. Harjo is currently in development on Reservation Dogs, a new FX series that he created with Taika Waititi.
Preceded by RKLSS
Director:Tank Standing Buffalo – Potowatami/Métis/Black
October 24th – 3:00PM
Access Available: Canada
Content Warning: Contains some nudity
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