SIFF at Snoqualmie: Smoke Signals

USA | 1998 | 89 minutes | Chris Eyre

Celebrating Native American Cinema and the 15th Anniversary of Smoke Signals. Free Admission, Ages 21+

Schedule
May 17, 2013
 
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6:00PM

Inspiring Native American Short films created by young filmmakers curated and presented by nationally recognized Native media arts organization Longhouse Media.

7:30PM

15th Anniversary Screening of Sherman Alexie's beloved Smoke Signals directed by Chris Eyre. Don't miss this unique occasion to meet the cast; Elaine Miles, Evan Adams and Michelle St. John in attendance.

The first full-length feature film written, directed, and co-produced by Native Americans, weaves a tale of fathers, friends, and forgiveness that captures the Native American experience while also transcending it to relate a poignant, universal, and contemporary story.

Presented by Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie Tobacco Company & Liquor Store, and Snoqualmie Casino

Director: Chris Eyre
Country: USA
Year: 1998
Running Time: 89 minutes
Producer: Larry Estes, Scott M. Rosenfelt
Screenplay: Sherman Alexie
Cinematographers: Brian Capener
Editors: Brian Berdan
Music: BC Smith
Awards: Sundance Film Festival 1998 (Audience Award, Filmmakers Trophy); American Indian Movie Award 1998 (Best Film)
Filmography: Hide Away (2011); Skins (2002)
Language: English
US Distributor: Miramax
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