The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (2401 12th Street NW) presents a special movie screening of Holt Hamilton’s Native American mockumentary More Than Frybread on Thursday, Aug. 16. You can catch it under the stars in the mural-lined IPCC courtyard starting at 8:30pm. The film—starring Tatanka Means, Greg Fernandez and May Kim Titla—follows the inter-tribal chaos that erupts when representatives from Navajo, Tohono O’odham, Yavapai-Apache, Hopi and Hualapai nations gather in Flagstaff to compete in the first State of Arizona frybread cooking competition. Appropriately enough, frybread is available for sale in the courtyard during the screening. This is a fundraising event benefitting the 2018 Pueblo Film Fest, hitting the Cultural Center this Nov. 16 through 18. A $5 suggested donation gets you in the door. For more info go to indianpueblo.org.