Sundance Institute at SWAIA Indian Market’s Native Cinema Showcase
Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program along with SWAIA’s Indian Market's Native Cinema Showcase invite you attend a Sneak Peek: Behind the Scenes of Sydney Freeland’s film Dry Lake.
August 15, 2013 - 4:00PM to 5:30PM
Auditorium, New Mexico History Museum
113 Lincoln Avenue, Santa Fe, NM
Sundance Institute has supported three generations of Native filmmakers in developing their films and getting them made. From Grand Avenue (1992) and Smoke Signals (1998) to Barking Water (2008) and On The Ice (2009), Sundance Institute's Labs, Grants, Fellowships and Film Festival have supported some of the most iconic Native films ever made. Join Bird Runningwater, Director of Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program, producer Chad Burris (Mosquita y Mari; Barking Water; Four Sheets to the Wind), and Sundance Institute Lab Alumni Sydney Freeland (Migration; Hover Board; Dry Lake) as they show clips and discuss the creative journey of the upcoming film Dry Lake, recently filmed in the state of New Mexico.