Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

A Native film blockbuster.(Final)

Byline: Journal Staff Report

* Farmington fest to screen more than 50 movies from U.S., Canada

Audiences at this year's Na'al Kid (Moving Pictures) Summer Film Festival, Friday-June 29, can expect to see more than 50 award-winning Native American and indigenous films from 15 states, Canada and Greenland.

It's being called the largest Native American film festival in the Southwest, with 20 U.S. premieres. Films highlighting this year's festival are: "Totah," "The Spirit of Annie Mae," "All My Relatives," "On and Off the Rez" "Charlie Hill Live," "Vision Man," "Destructive Wind" and many more.

Selected as festival artist was Anthony Chee Emerson (Navajo) of Farmington, who did the festival's colorful poster, called "Saturday Night at the Chief's Drive In" in honor of the old Shiprock Drive In. …

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