Tomorrow: Native Voices Short Film Program

"Ok Breathe Auralee" follows a young woman who desperately wants a baby as she explores her own heritage.

“Ok Breathe Auralee” follows a young woman who desperately wants a baby as she explores her own heritage.

As a complement to “Bierstadt to Warhol: American Indians in the West” the UMFA is partnering with the Utah Film Center to present three films from Native American filmmakers, whose work represents an evolution of the Native American storytelling tradition. Please join us tomorrow for:

NATIVE VOICES:

Short Film Program

 March 27, 2013 beginning at 7:00 PM

GESTURE DOWN

Directed by Cedar Sherbert

10 min | USA

NAPI

Directed by Damien Eagle Bear

10 min | Canada

OK BREATHE AURALEE      

Directed by Brooke Swaney

16 min | USA

REZ BALL

Directed by Myrton Running Wolf

8 min | USA

SHIMASANI 
Directed by Blackhorse Lowe

15 min | USA

THEY GROW TOGETHER    

Directed by Marion Konwennonhon Delaronde

7 min | USA

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