Inaatese film screened on Pokagon land

The inaugural Indigenous Film Screening was held this October at the Community Center. Filmmakers Adam and Zack Khalil (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians) debuted their film, Inaatese, followed by a meal and a Q&A session with the audience.

This inaugural screening begins our quarterly Indigenous film screenings. Approximately 25 people attended. You can learn more about the Khalil brothers’ film on their website.

Are you interested in filmmaking? The Sundance Institute is offering a unique opportunity. They have a program for aspiring young Native filmmakers from New Mexico and Michigan only. You can find more information about this program on their website.

Another initiative discussed at the event was the program for Indigenous Futures at Concordia. You check that out on their website.