Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian – Native Cinema Showcase at the NM History Museum
Schedule to be published shortly.
The National Museum of the American
Indian brings many of the best films beyond our
museum locations in Washington, D.C., and
New York to our audiences in Santa Fe.
Since our beginning showcase in 2000, the
community of Native filmmakers has become
more robust and prolific. With this growth has
come increased narrative sovereignty, giving voice
to Native filmmakers to tell stories that speak of
their own experiences and truths.
The free screenings are held at the New Mexico
History Museum. Saturday night’s family-friendly
screening takes place at the Santa Fe Railyard