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THROUGH MY EYES INDIGENOUS FILM FESTIVAL
|Film in Downtown LA|
Date(s): 03/24/2017 to 03/26/2017
Day(s): Friday Saturday Sunday
Time(s): 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Address: 801 E. 4th Pl., Los Angeles, 90013
Phone: (213) 687-4278
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TRIBE Project presents Through My Eyes, a festival of short films created by indigenous minorities from all over the world. The selected films tell stories from different parts of the world including the tribal lands of the United States, Iran, Nepal, Central America, and many more. The films range from narrative triumphs to poignant documentaries and vivacious animations. Collectively, these are stories of resistance, courage, and hope.
The festival will consist of three days of Native power! On Friday evening, we will celebrate our opening night with a VIP cocktail hour, including hors d'oeuvres and drinks. We will then invite the general public to join us for live entertainment and films from North America, Canada, and Alaska. Our Saturday features a full day of films from all over the world, followed by a meet-and-greet with festival organizers, filmmakers, and other VIPs. Sunday, we will be presenting a panel series featuring industry professionals discussing topics concerning indigenous representation in the film industry.
You can get tickets for a night or the whole three day event... Join the TRIBE and get your tickets today!
Use promo code: ARROW for $17 off an all-access weekend pass
Use promo code: SAGE for $7 off a day pass
Friday, March 24th, 2017 - Opening Night
6:00 - 7:00 Red Carpet with VIP Cocktail Hour
7:00 - NORTH AMERICA
Saturday, March 25th, 2017 - International Film Segments
12:00 - 1:15 EUROPE
1:30 - 2:45 AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND
3:00 - 4:15 ASIA
4:30 - 5:45 CENTRAL / SOUTH AMERICA
6:00 - 7:15 AFRICA
8:00 - 10:30 Meet-and-Greet Gala
Sunday March 26th, 2017 - Panel Discussions at:
ANGEL CITY BREWERY
216 S. Alameda
1:30 - 2:15 - Actors as Activists
2:30 - 3:15 - Indigenous in the Industry
3:30 - 4:15 - Cultural Creativity and Composition
Protest Art Exhibition sponsored by Brain Pool for artists
Indigenous Art Exhibition sponsored by TRIBE Project and Boom Chamber
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1001 N. Alameda Street, Los Angeles 90012 Take The Metro Red Line To Union Station (213) 628-3781 - Famous French Dip Sandwiches And 10 Cent Coffee. This Landmark Eatery (Notice Historic Marker At The Corner) Is Across From Union Station, A Block Or So From Chinatown And Next Door To Olvera Street More ....
Music Center - 135 N.Grand Ave., Los Angeles, 90012 213/972-3190 - Casual Alfresco Dining Next To The Music Center Fountain. The Menu Features Light Salads And Grilled Entreés Including Albacore Tuna, Chateâu Steak A
PETE'S CAFE & BAR
400 S. Main St. Los Angeles Ca In The Old Bank District Near Gallery Row (213) 617-1000 - American Food In A Spacious Urban Cafe Setting In The Old Bank District. Full Bar, Lunch, Dinner And Weekend Brunch. Open Late. Pet Friendly In Outdoor Seating Area - Where Well Behaved Pooches Can P
648 S. Broadway, Los Angeles 90014 213.627.1673 - Dine In A Redwood Forest At This Famous Eatery On The Historic Broadway Corridor. Cafeteria Style Comfort Food At Affordable Prices. They Can Really Handle A Crowd With Three Levels Of Dining And Sup
750 N. Hill Street Los Angeles, Ca 90012 213-687-3088 - Fresh Seafood For Dinner Or Dim Sum For Lunch. This Spacious Restaurant Is Also Good For Groups.
704 S Alvarado St, Los Angeles, Ca 90057 At 7Th Street Across From Macarthur Park And The Macarthur/Westlake Red Line Metro Station 213-483-8050 - Langer's Restaurant (Since 1947) Is Known For Their #19 Hot Pastrami Sandwich, Swiss Cheese And Cole Slaw. The Added Russian Style Dressing Is The Best. The Potato And/Or Meat Knish Is Outstanding. J More ....
THE ORIGINAL PANTRY CAFE
877 S Figueroa, Los Angeles 90017 213.972.9279 - This Is One Of L.A.'S Oldest Eateries And Is Currently Owned By Former Mayor Richard Riordan. It Serves Up Comfort Food 24/7 365 And Often Attracts A Long Line Of Waiting Patrons. Located Near The St ....
LOS ANGELES CENTRAL LIBRARY
630 W. Fifth Street, Los Angeles 90071 Use Pershing Square Or 7Th St. Red Line Metro Stations (213) 228-7000 - From The Pershing Square Metro Station Walk Up 5Th Street To The Central Library. This Is The Main Library Of The Los Angeles Public Library System And Houses More Than Two Million Books. There Are A More ....
MOCA GRAND AVENUE
250 South Grand Ave., Los Angeles 90012 (213)626-6222 - Thursdays Are Free - 5:00Pm - 8:00Pm
Monday & Friday - 11:00Am - 5:00Pm
Saturday & Sunday - 11:00Am - 6:00Pm
$10 Admission. Discounts Available For Seniors, Students Etc. Two Other Moca Locations: Mo ....
EXPOSITION PARK MUSEUMS
Exposition Blvd And S Figueroa St Los Angeles Take The Exposition Blvd. Exit From The Harbor Fwy (110)Or Red Line To 7Th St. Station And Take The - Three Museums: Natural History, California Science Center And California African American, Plus The Rose Garden. Located Near Usc And The Coliseum. California Science Center & Imax Theater - Www.Casc More ....
CHINESE AMERICAN MUSEUM
425 N. Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles 90012 213.626.5240 - - A Museum Dedicated To The Chinese American Experience And History. Located Inside The El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument Across From Union Station. Cam Is Housed Inside The Oldest Surviving ....
JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
369 East First Street Los Angeles, Ca 90012 Little Tokyo In Downtown Los Angeles (213) 625-0414 - The Japanese American National Museum Is The Only Museum In The United States Dedicated To Sharing The Experience Of Americans Of Japanese Ancestry. The Museum Is Housed In A New 85,000 Square-Foot P
USC FISHER GALLERY
823 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, Ca 90089-0292 Usc Fisher Gallery - Parking: Enter Campus At Exposition Blvd. And Watt Way. Inquire With Attendant (213) 740-4561 - Discover Art Spanning Five Centuries At Usc Fisher Gallery, The Museum Of The University Of Southern California And The First Museum Established In Los Angeles Devoted Exclusively To The Exhibition A More ....
THE GRAMMY MUSEUM
800 W. Olympic Blvd Los Angeles Ca La Live Entertainment Complex, Olympic And Figueroa 213.765.6800 - - The Grammy Museum Explores And Celebrates The Enduring Legacies Of All Forms Of Music; The Creative Process; The Art And Technology Of The Recording Process; And The History Of The Grammy® Awards, Th ....
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Every Thursday From 11Am-3Pm At 7Th And Figueroa In The Ernst & Young Plaza Food Court Atrium. Near
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