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      October 13, 2019

      Sunday   3:00 PM

      320 E. Hyman Ave
      Aspen, Colorado 81611

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      Movement and Meaning: Carrying on the Tradition

      Sunday, October 13 | 3:00pm

      Throat Singing in Kangirsuk (Canada 2018)

      Eva Kaukai and Manon Chamberland practice the Inuk art of throat singing in their small village of Kangirsuk. Their mesmerizing voices carry through the four seasons of their Arctic land.

      Names for Snow (Canada 2018)

      This short follows Rebecca Thomassie, an Inuk woman, around Kangirsuk as she learns the 52 Inuktitut words for snow.

      Sweetheart Dancers (United States 2019)

      A story about Sean and Adrian, a Two-Spirit couple determined to rewrite the rules of Native American culture through their participation in the “Sweetheart Dance.” This celebratory contest is held at powwows across the country, primarily for men and women couples, until now.

      Sonny Side Up: The Road to Recovery (Canada 2015)

      This film tells how a young man changes his life from drugs and alcohol to become a traditional dancer.

      Carrying on the Tradition (Canada 2017)

      Nimki is a young dancer from Wiikwemkoong. He has struggled with depression until traditional dancing reconnected him with his culture, his family, and himself.

      Warrior Women (United States 2018)

      The film is the story of mothers and daughters fighting for indigenous rights in the American Indian Movement of the 1970s. The film unveils not only a female perspective of history, but also examines the impact political struggles have on the children who bear witness.

      Film program special guests TBA

       

      Shining Mountains Film Festival is a documentary film festival produced by the City of Aspen’s Wheeler Opera House, in partnership with Aspen Film and non-profit partner Aspen Ute Foundation, focused on fostering Native American and indigenous peoples storytelling through film and live events in a way that supports and engages indigenous media arts; authentically captures national and international indigenous voices; highlights the work of indigenous filmmakers and performers for diverse audiences; and breaks barriers of racism by replacing stereotypes with credible representations of Indigenous peoples’ history, culture, and community.

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