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TWO FILMS: LAST of the DOGMEN & SMOKE SIGNALS
Date Wednesday November 03
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Humanist Hall
390 27th Street
midtown Oakland
between Telegraph and Broadway
below Pill Hill
parking next door off both
27th and 28th Streets
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorArthur Eloy Martinez
FILM SERIES ON NATIVE AMERICAN STRUGGLES of TODAY

Films Presented by the Intertribal Friendship House

LAST of the DOGMEN

Dogmen, a Native American tribe massacred over 100 years ago, leaves a clue to their survival into the 20th Century -- a strange arrow found by a bounty hunter in the Oxbow region of the Rocky Mountains. The bounty hunter is haunted by the past and decides to search for the Dogmen tribe. He races against time to save the last of the the tribe from the destructive forces of the modern world. This moving film stars Steve Reevis, Kurtwood Smith, Eugene Blackbear, and Barbara Hershey. 1995

SMOKE SIGNALS

A young Indian reluctantly pairs up with a storyteller from his Idaho reservation for a road trip to claim the remains of the father who abandoned him long ago. Native American issues of assimilation and identity have been expressed
ever so tenderly, truthfully, and humorously in this film. The stars of the film are Tantoo Cardinal, Gary Farmer, Irene Bedard, Evan Adams, and Adam Beach. 1998

Before and after the film, everyone’s invited to indulge in our Humanist Coffee House.
Added to the calendar on Friday Oct 22nd, 2004 11:41 PM
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