Indigenous Storytelling in Film as a new form of Subtle Activism (Event Canceled)
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About The Event
We regret to inform our guests that this and all other events related to the Religion and Ecology Summit at the California Institute of Integral Studies have been canceled due to San Francisco advisory guidelines regarding COVID 19. We will try to salvage the event online and will send any updates in the coming days.
Indigenous Storytelling in Film as a new form of Subtle Activism
19 March, 2020, 06:30 PM, at the California Institute of Integral Studies - Namaste Hall
Presentation Description: This film panel will explore different ways in which indigenous communities and artists are working to together to represent indigenous cosmologies and storytelling through the medium of film. The panel will explore how film as a form of subtle activism advocates the rights, preservation and regeneration of indigenous lifeways on ancestral lands.
Panel Presenters: Bay Area artists and filmmakers include, Matthew Crotty from KCET presenting Tending the Wild. Toby McLoed presenting the Sacred Lands Film Project. Melinda Micco and Chihiro Wimbush presenting Every Step A Prayer.
Panel Moderator: Chantal Noa Forbes from the Deep Water Initiative
This film panel is free to the public, however ticketed registration is requested.
To hear a recent interview with Dr Melinda Micco visit our SoundCloud account,
This event is taking place alongside the 5th Annual Religion & Ecology Summit: Indigenous Lifeways, Cosmologies, & Ecology on the 20th and 21st of March 2020.
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