Opening Saturday, November 6th, at 1 PM
First Nations Film and Video Festival presents shorts by the Bawaadan Collective
Block Cinema hosts a program of the First Nations Film and Video Festival, a longstanding Chicago Festival that advocates for the work of contemporary Indigenous-made cinema in its many forms, with curation by FNFVF’s director, Ernest M. Whiteman III, who will be in attendance. This program features a selection of short films by the Bawaadan Collective, self-described as “a group of like-minded Indigenous artisans and accomplices who are interested in continually developing our collaborative approaches to modern artistic, storytelling and film production processes.”
This event is presented in partnership with the Northwestern University Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance.
For more information about First Nations Film and Video Festival, visit http://www.fnfvf.org/
For more Block Cinema events visit https://www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu/cinema/index.html
HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES:
Northwestern is closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus pandemic and will follow local, state, and University guidelines for in-person events and museum visitation. All visitors must follow the Northwestern University COVID-19 Guidelines, which are in place at the time of visitation, including masking within the galleries and auditorium.
We plan for this program to be offered in person. Should public health or Northwestern campus guidelines evolve, we will contact guests about online presentation or cancelation.