Join us for our third annual Native Crossroads Film Festival, "Women's Voices, Women's Visions."

March 5th -- 7th, 2015
Kerr Auditorium in the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

The Film and Media Studies Program and Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma will host the third annual Native Crossroads Film Festival and Symposium on March 5 - 7, 2015. This year's Native Crossroads is organized around the theme of "Women's Voices, Women's Visions," highlighting the achievements of Native American and Indigenous women filmmakers whose vanguard cinematic visions are reshaping the landscape of Indigenous cinema. Through award-winning feature films, documentaries and short films, these filmmakers creatively explore the compelling and complex range of Native women's experiences, histories, and voices. Native Crossroads will bring together academics, filmmakers, activists, and community members in conversation around the accomplishments of and challenges facing Native women in the filmmaking industry today. All events are free of charge and open to the public. For more information or accommodations on the basis of disability, contact Karl Schmidt at

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