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Native American Film Festival

February 1, 2020 - February 9, 2020  10:45 am - 5:30 pm



WATCH THE FULL TRAILER FOR THE FESTIVAL HERE
WARNING: This trailer contains PG-13 content


FILM: Neither Wolf Nor Dog
RATING: Considered PG-13 for language
RUN TIME: 110 min
DESCRIPTION: The 2016 drama is about a Lakota elder who summons a white author to help write a book about his people. The author gets sucked into the heart of contemporary Native American life as the elder tells him about land and property, the power of silence, and sacred ceremonies.
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FILM: More Than Frybread
RATING: PG
RUN TIME: 93 min
DESCRIPTION: This 2012 mockumentary focuses on 22 Arizona tribal representatives who compete for the first-ever state frybread championship. The winner gets $10,000 and a spot at nationals. The types of frybread are as diverse as the contestants.
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FILM: A Thunder-Being Nation
RATING: Considered PG
RUN TIME: 85 min
DESCRIPTION: This documentary made in 2012 charts life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Follow this story from the origin of the Oglala Lakota people to contemporary life.
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FILM: Rez Bomb
RATING: NR but with the rating equivalency of a PG-13 for language and some violence

RUN TIME: 90 min
DESCRIPTION: This 2008 film is a love story/thriller centers around a couple on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. After getting into trouble with a brutal money lender, it’s a race against the clock to bail themselves out.
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Tickets are $10 for each movie presentation. Tickets are $5 to any high school student with a school ID.
Movies will play in rotation throughout the week. Concessions available. Call 605-394-6923 to purchase tickets or stop in at 222 New York St. in Rapid City, SD.

SCHEDULE
Saturday, Feb. 1
10:45 a.m.       A Thunder-Being Nation
2 p.m.              Rez Bomb

Sunday, Feb. 2
1:15 p.m.        Neither Wolf Nor Dog
3:30 p.m.        More Than Frybread

Monday, Feb. 3
10:45 a.m.     Neither Wolf Nor Dog
2 p.m.            A Thunder-Being Nation

Tuesday, Feb. 4
10:45 a.m.    More Than Frybread
2 p.m.           Rez Bomb

Wednesday, Feb. 5
10:45 a.m.    Rez Bomb
2 p.m.           A Thunder-Being Nation

Thursday, Feb. 6
10:45 a.m.    More Than Frybread
2 p.m.           Neither Wolf Nor Dog

Friday, Feb. 7
10:45 a.m.    A Thunder-Being Nation
2 p.m.           Rez Bomb

Saturday, Feb. 8
10:45 a.m.   Neither Wolf Nor Dog
2 p.m.          A Thunder-Being Nation

Sunday, Feb. 9
1:15 p.m.    Rez Bomb
3:30 p.m.    More Than Frybread

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