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Decree our extinction and bury us all - indigenous cinema and resistance as...

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TV Studio, Hunter North Building

695 Park Avenue

Entrance at 69th street

New York, NY 10065

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Join us for an evening of screenings, Q&A, roundtable and refreshments!

This multidisciplinary event will discuss indigenous cinema and its implications in the new Brazilian post-election political scenario

SPECIAL GUEST
Wewito Ashaninka (Brazilian Indigenous Filmmaker, director os Shomõtsi)


SCREENINGS
Ava Yvy Verá - The Land of the Lightning's People (2016, 52min)
Shomõtsi (2001, 42min)


ROUNDTABLE
Amalia Cordova (Latinx curator of indigenous media)
Fabio Andrade (Brazilian film critic, NYU)
John Collins (Anthropologist, Queens College)


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Please note that these tickets are for seats in the TV Studio, just across from the Lang Auditorium where the roundtable discussion will take place. People attending in the TV Studio will see the same films and get live coverage of the discussion afterwards, brought in from the other room, plus a chance to ask questions of the filmmaker. You will also be well placed for the reception (and an opportunity to meet the filmmakers and discussants) which will take place in the TV Studio.

This event is produced by Fernanda Faya, Marty Lucas and Kelly Anderson, and sponsored by the Film and Media at Hunter College and EYEspeak. Faculty sponsors: Reiko Tahara and Marty Lucas.

Photo: ®Pedro Biondi


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