A Native American Movie Festival
October 12-15, 2022
The pre-festival is dedicated to bring awareness to human trafficking.
Wednesday, October 12 6:00 pm. Fortress of Sin. Film. This is an independent
film, made and produced in the Panhandle of Nebraska
Meet the Movie Director.
. 7:30 pm. Bring her Home. Documentary about human
trafficking and the disappearance of Native
Thursday, October 13 5:30 pm. Reception.
6:00 pm. President of CPL Foundation Ann Sundberg. Remarks.
6:15 pm. The Little Known Story of Caroline Weldon and
Sitting Bull Portrait. Marguerite
Vey-Miller and Rossella Tesch.
6:30 pm. Woman Walks Ahead. Film. The story of
Caroline Weldon advocacy on behalf of Native
American People and Sitting Bull.
Friday, October 14 5:30 pm. Reception.
6:00 pm. Zitkala Sa. Documentary. Biography of the
activist, feminist, writer and musician known as
Gertrude Simmons Bonnin.
6:30 pm. Historian Nancy Gillis presents: Voices of
Native American Women: Zitkala Sa.
7:30 pm. Dan Holtz Musician. Presents: Heroism on the
Plains: Story Songs of Courage and
Determination from Improbable People and
Saturday, October 15 10:30 am. Cartoons for and Crafts for Children and Families.
11:30 am. Indian Tacos.
1:30 pm Cartoons for Children.
2:30 pm. Michael Murphy. Native American Flute Musical Performance.
Mr. Murphy will play is original songs and later discuss Native
American Flute Music and how to play the flute.
He will lead a session on flute making for children.