The Southwest Native American Film Festival will be in Flagstaff Friday and Saturday at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) and the Coconino Center for the Arts (CCA). The festival is a showcase of contemporary American Indian video, film, and animation made by indigenous filmmakers from throughout the Southwest.
This year’s festival will feature 25 films, including a special screening of the festival’s feature film “Mile Post 398,” with director Shonie De La Rosa and members of the cast and crew.
Screenings will be at the MNA’s Branigar Hall and the CCA..
Additional information is available from festival partner Web sites, www.indigenousaction.org, www.musnaz.org, and www.culturalpartners.org. Telephone inquiries should go to (928) 779-2300.