Past Events

Kin Theory Creating Community with Indigenous and BIPOC Filmmakers Across the Industry

February 22, 2021

Webinar

Kin Theory: Creating Community with Indigenous and BIPOC Filmmakers Across the Industry

Kin Theory - Creating Community with Indigenous and BIPOC Filmmakers Across the Industry. Presented in partnership with Nia Tero.

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c I Ne DIGENOUS Raising Our Voices

April 06, 2021

Webinar

cINeDIGENOUS: Raising Our Voices

With the demand for more authentic storytellers, learn how Indigenous creatives are raising their voices and identifying the spaces worthy of more progress. Taught by Ciara Lacy (Kanaka Maoli).

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Kin Theory Indigenizing Film Industry Spaces Festival Forum

April 10, 2021

Panel

Kin Theory: Indigenizing Film Industry Spaces - Festival Forum

A frank discussion with two Sundance Indigenous Program leaders moderated by Tracy Rector.

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C I Ne DIGENOUS Kumu Hina and Native Hawaiian Identity Virtual Class

April 20, 2021

Webinar

cINeDIGENOUS: Kumu Hina and Native Hawaiian Identity

A conversation with filmmaker Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu (Kanaka Maoli) about being Native in islands occupied by both American and Asian settler colonial systems.

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Landfall Discussion Series Decolonial Case Study

April 22, 2021

Webinar

Landfall Discussion Series: Decolonial Case Study

Decolonial Case Study: Puerto Rico, Palestine & Hawaii. Moderated by Dr. Sara Awartani, Harvard University

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c I Ne DIGENOUS Magical Realism and the Documentary

May 25, 2021

Webinar

cINeDIGENOUS: Magical Realism and the Documentary

Director Emily Cohen Ibañez shares the ways her documentary, Fruits of Labor, makes space for magical realism where spiritual forces live in nature and the extraordinary is entangled with the mundanity of everyday life.

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