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Native women raise their voices at all-female film fest to kick off Native American Heritage Month

 

Last updated 10/26/2018 at Midnight

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This year's all-female lineup of the California American Indian Indigenous Film Festival features the U.S. premiere of the feature film, "Through Black Spruce."

TEMECULA – Native and indigenous women's voices through stories, films and art come into focus at the California American Indian and Indigenous Film Festival, Nov. 1-3, at the start of Native American Heritage Month.

The festival features full-length films, shorts and documentaries that have been directed and produced by Native American and indigenous women and that star female Native American and indigenous actors. The event also includes youth activities and question-and-answer sessions. Taking place at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, tickets are $10 per day. Tickets may be purcha...



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