CINETELECHY - FREE screening

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Tue 12/6: 7:00p
All tickets free, first-come first-served at the door

CINETELECHY
Presented by Atomic Culture and Blackhorse Lowe
7pm - 9pm FREE at Circle Cinema - after party at Whittier Bar

All tickets free, first-come first-served at the door.

Cinetelechy is an ongoing film series started in 2019 by Atomic Culture and Blackhorse Lowe. The series observes a distinct type of filmmaker, their motivation to re-examine and re-imagine narratives, the need for self-determination; having both a personal vision and the ability to actualize that vision from within. Each screening highlights a feature length film accompanied by film trailers, shorts, and video art highlighting indigenous, local, and emerging filmmakers.

Films featured in the program:
Yootó hahoodzo (New Mexico) - WILLIAM FOWLER COLLINS - 3m18sec
A mist being traverses the new mexico landscape.
"Opening Scene" from the album Hallucinating Loss

Winyan Yamni: Three Dreams - SUZANNE KITE
An investigation of a possible Lakota filmic gaze, based on the dreaming methodologies of the Double Woman. The Double Woman or Winyan Nunpa design refers to a mythic and supernatural figure that inspires bead workers through dreams.

Ya Tseen - Back In That Time - RAVEN CHACON 2m15sec
"Back in That Time (feat. Qacung)" by Ya Tseen from their album 'Indian Yard'

Metal Belt - BLACKHORSE LOWE / MATEO GALINDO 13m42sec
A Peyote Western set in 1860’s New Mexico territory. Metal Belt recounts a story about the American Indian slave trade in the southwest and one Navajo woman's fight for freedom and her spiritual journey home.

Pō'ele Wai (As The Water Darkens) - TIARE RIBEAUX - 23min
Pō’ele Wai is a short film that follows a weaver who experiences a transformation when they realize their drinking water has been poisoned by petroleum leaking into O’ahu's watersheds. It combines elements of magical realism, fantasy and horror within a poetic narrative structure.

Nosferasta: First Bite - ADAM KHALIL, Bayley Sweitzer with OBA- 33min
Spanning 500 years of colonial destruction, Nosferasta tells the story of Oba, a Rastafarian vampire, and Christopher Columbus, Oba's original biter, as they spread the colonial infection throughout the “new world.”

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12/6/22

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