Described as “imaginative and visually stunning,” She Sings to the Stars is a Native American drama written and directed by Jennifer Corcoran which will screen on Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (2401 12th Street NW). The film centers on a Native American woman who lives alone in the drought-stricken Southwest. One fateful day the woman’s grandson shows up looking to snag a collection of priceless dolls. At the same time, a faded magician from Los Angeles has his car break down nearby. These three very differnt lives cross in ways both great and mysterious. The film shows outdoors under the stars in the mural-lined IPCC courtyard starting at dusk (around 8:30pm). A $5 suggested donation gets you in the door. This screening is a fundraising event benefitting the 2018 Pueblo Film Fest (scheduled for Nov. 16 though 18). For more info go to indianpueblo.org.