Join us April 7 - 8, 2017 for our fifth annual Native Crossroads Film Festival, Bodies in Motion

The fifth annual Native Crossroads Film Festival and Symposium returns from April 7—8, 2017, centering around the theme of Bodies in Motion. Through a combination of features, short films, animation, and documentaries, the festival will examine the continuously contested site of the Native body in history, sports, politics, the environment, and popular culture. 

For two days, Native Crossroads will feature the best new Indigenous cinema from around the world. The films will explore themes from biopolitics and sovereignty to football and healing.  Native Crossroads will bring together diverse perspectives that help extend the work done in media, the academy, and communities.

Te Ata will screen on Friday, April 7th at 8pm in the Kerr Auditorium in the Sam Noble Museum.

Maliglutit (Searchers) will screen on Saturday, April 8th at 8pm in the Dick Bell Courtroom in Coats Hall (OU School of Law).