c I Ne DIGENOUS Drive In Movies with Seattle International Film Festival


cINeDIGENOUS: Drive-In Movies with Seattle International Film Festival

April 09, 2021


Date & Time: Friday, April 9th. Gates open at 6:30PM. Show begins at dusk. Movies will run rain or shine.

Topic: Experience Seattle International Film Festival's Indigenous Programming at the Drive-In!

Location: Skyline Drive-In Theater (Shelton, WA)

Tickets: FREE and open to the public! Advance registration is required. Register through Eventbrite.
*1 ticket per car. First come, first served. 300 capacity. Tickets/proof of registration required for admission.

About The Event:

Nia Tero is excited to bring you Indigenous-made films from around the world in partnership with Seattle International Film Festival. We strive to uplift, amplify, and celebrate Indigenous voices and stories, and make them accessible to Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples here in Coast Salish territory. A drive-in experience provides a fun, safe environment to gather in community during these times.


Fruits of Labor - Fruits of Labor is a character-driven account that explores universal themes of how a young Chicanx woman in high school navigates family obligations, life as a farmworker, and the desire to pursue her dreams despite the predicaments of our times. Learn more about this film: https://www.fruitsoflaborfilm.com. The Song of the Butterflies - Rember Yahuarcani, a member of the Uitoto Nation, struggles in his every existence to find new artistic inspiration. He returns home to the forests to learn the stories of how his people were nearly extinguished and how his loving grandmother survived to nurture the memories of their ancestors. Watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/MumsbqIAeus

Drive-In Guidelines:

These guidelines apply to all events and movies taking place at the Skyline Drive-In!Per Washington State law, all guests must wear a mask if they are away from their vehicle for any reason.Guests can sit in their vehicle, including in the covered or uncovered bed of a truck/SUV. Guests can also sit directly in front of their vehicles in chairs, provided that they are not impeding the view or movement of other guests. You do not need to wear a mask if you are seated in or directly in front of your vehicle. If you have questions or concerns, field managers will be on hand to assist you.