Native Spotlight: FUKRY + short films—Thursday, November 7th at 7:30pm
Please join us for the Oklahoma premiere of Blackhorse Lowe’s new dramatic feature FUKRY. This marks the next installment Native Spotlight film series, a quarterly series at Circle Cinema showcasing the diverse variety of the Native American and Indigenous experience through film.
About the film: Ching Yazzie and friends get through life’s unexpected encounters, the ups and downs of falling in and out of love or not at all.
Award-winning director, editor, and producer Blackhorse Lowe (Navajo) will be in attendance for a Q&A following screening. He is known for narrative films set on the Navajo reservation that explore the pull between Navajo tradition and contemporary non-Navajo ways. Lowe has screened at First Peoples Festival in Montréal, Marin County International Festival, Tribeca, Sundance Film Festival and imagineNATIVE, where he received two Honorable Mentions. Blackhorse is a 2019 Tulsa Artist Fellow.
Director Blackhorse Lowe | Dramatic Feature
United States | 2019 | 90 min
With support from the Flint Family Foundation.
Tickets $10, $8 Circle Cinema members