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Mystery Road

Australia | 2013 | 118 minutes | Ivan Sen

When a teenage girl is found murdered beside a highway, an aboriginal detective has personal reasons to crack the case. Both gunslinging western and police procedural, this superbly controlled film features some of Australia’s best actors.

Oil & Water

USA | 2014 | 78 minutes | Laurel Spellman Smith, Francine Strickwerda

Two teenagers, David and Hugo, meet by chance on a canoe ride in the Amazon. This documentary follows their lives as David begins a fair-trade certification system for oil production companies to help with the oil-waste problem in the Ecuadorian Amazon, while Hugo gets an American education that will allow him to return to his homelands as a leader.

Rhymes for Young Ghouls

Canada (Québec) | 2013 | 85 minutes | Jeff Barnaby

Aila, a teenage resident of Canada’s Red Crow reservation circa 1976, must exact revenge against a venomous Indian Agent dead set on tormenting her just-out-of-prison father and ruining her family-spun drug-running business.

Seeds of Time

USA | 2013 | 77 minutes | Sandy McLeod

The compelling and timely debut feature from Sandy McLeod is, in her words, “about someone who saw a disaster in the making and was able to do something about it.” That someone is crop diversity pioneer and conservationist Cary Fowler, who received funding from the Gates Foundation and others to found the first-ever Global Seed Vault.

SuperFly and Native Shorts Showcase

2013 | 68 minutes |

The SuperFly Filmmaking Experience brings 50 youth from across the country to Seattle for a crash course in documentary filmmaking at the Suquamish Tribal Community. The doc films will world premiere with five other Native American-made short films at this special event.

This May Be the Last Time

USA | 2014 | 93 minutes | Sterlin Harjo

Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo investigates the 1962 disappearance of his grandfather, a native of Oklahoma’s Seminole Nation, by deconstructing the multinational origins of the ancient Seminole and Muscogee hymns sung by the rescue party.