The Arts
Indian film festival debuts with 100 works
Friday, July 11 2008
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More than 100 films were shown during the inaugural Talking Stick Film Festival, which was held June 26 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The film festival included panels and workshops with notables like actor Wes Studi, director Chris Eyre – whose supernatural thriller “Imprint” was shown during the festival – and actor Gary Farmer.

The films were largely written, directed or produced by Indians from the U.S. and Canada, with some offerings from indigenous people of Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and Samoa.

“I was surprised how much work is out there – and how much brilliant, really stunning, work is out there,” said festival director Karen Redhawk Dallett. She had envisioned finding only 20 to 30 good films for the festival.

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