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Saturday & Sunday, June 8 + June 9, 2024 | 1:00 PM | Guild Cinema - Albuquerque + Sunday, June 9, 2024 | 6:30 PM | Violet Crown - Santa Fe

Film Screening CineDOOM presents the 2024 SUNDANCE INDIGENOUS FILM TOUR

Introduced by CineDOOM programmer Blackhorse Lowe

Three Screenings | Free Admission

Sat & Sun, June 8 & June 9 | 1:00 PM

Guild Cinema | 3405 Central Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

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Sun, June 9 | 6:30 PM

Violet Crown | 1606 Alcaldesa St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

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CineDOOM presents the SUNDANCE INDIGENOUS FILM TOUR in Santa Fe and twice in Albuquerque. The program showcases the best of Indigenous shorts from recent and past festivals, including works by Sterlin Harjo (“Reservation Dogs” creator and showrunner), Sky Hopinka, and Alexandra Lazarowich.

SUNDANCE INDIGENOUS FILM TOUR (83m). Curated shorts from the Sundance Film Institute vault. Programmer: Adam Piron

Bay of Herons (2023, 7’, USA) Director: Jared James Lank (Mi'kmaq). Winding Path (2023, 23’, USA) Directors: Alexandra Lazarowich (Cree), Ross Kauffman. Headdress (2023, 10’, USA) Director: Taietsarón:sere ‘Tai’ Leclaire (Kanien'kehá:ka/ Mi'kmaq). Ekbeh (2023, 9’, USA) Director: Mariah Eli Hernandez-Fitch (United Houma Nation). Baigal Nuur – Lake Baikal (2023, 9’, CAN/GER) Director: Alisi Telengut (Mongolian roots). Hawaiki (2023, 9’, NZ) (Sundance Indigenous Film Tour program continued) Director: Nova Paul (Māori). Sunflower Siege Engine (2022, 13’, USA) Director: Sky Hopinka (Ho-Chunk Nation and a descendant of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño). Goodnight Irene (2005, 13’, USA) Director: Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Muscogee Creek).


CineDOOM is a celebration of the theatrical experience at its best, showcasing masterpieces that embody both grit and perfection. It brings together cinematic classics from revered directors like Wong Kar Wai and David Lynch, alongside cutting-edge Indigenous films that push the boundaries of contemporary storytelling. This diverse array of cinematic experiences invites viewers to explore new narratives and perspectives. CineDOOM, curated by Blackhorse Lowe in collaboration with partnering institutions, is made possible in part with funds from Blackhorse Lowe’s United States Artists Fellowship.


The 2024 Sundance Institute Indigenous Film Tour is a 83-minute theatrical program featuring eight short films from Indigenous filmmakers: four from the 2024 Sundance Film Festival program, three from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival and one short film from the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Started in 2021 as a virtual presentation in conjunction with our friends at museums, Native cultural centers, and arthouse cinemas, the 2024 tour continues as an in-person exhibition with partnered screenings in June and the program available to rent from July 2024 to March 2025. The curated selection reflects a variety of Native stories and showcases inventive, original storytelling from indigenous artists previously supported by the Festival. Sundance Institute has a long history of supporting and launching talented Indigenous directors including Erica Tremblay, Taika Waititi, Blackhorse Lowe, Sterlin Harjo, Sky Hopinka, Caroline Monnet, Fox Maxy, and Shaandiin Tome. Support for screenings is provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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