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Saturday, Nov 19: Third Annual Pueblo Film Festival

If you plan on going to the Indigenous Comic Con going on this weekend, you have to add the Third Annual Pueblo Film Festival to your list. From Saturday, Nov. 19, and Sunday, Nov. 20, you can see film screenings, presentations and discussions all centered around the Pueblo experience. A few of the films that'll be shown are Emergence: Sky City Cultural Center (directed by Rachel Preston Prinz who will be in attendance), Paatuwaqatsi: Water, Land, & Life (directed by Victor Masayesva), Drunktown's Finest (directed by Sydney Freeland) and many more. The panel with Native actors, directors and filmmakers will include Jon Sims, Ernie Tsosie, James Lujan and Conroy Chino. And that's not all that's happening! There will be a short film series, a talk on what makes N.M. so special for filmmaking and how to use filmmaking as storytelling. All of this is going down at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center—entry is free but we highly recommend a donation of $10 upon entry. If you're thinking you'll be busy all day at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, there will be a free shuttle between both locations so you won't miss anything. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center • Sat Nov 19 • 10am-5pm • Donations encouraged • View on Alibi calendar