Native Film and Performing Arts
This list of film, music and dance by Native American artists was created by a librarian at the Seattle Public Library in conjunction with Beyond the Frame, a community-wide initiative revisiting the photographs of Edward S. Curtis and sparking conversations on Native identity, race and resilience, art and culture. The Library will be presenting exhibits and related programming throughout 2018, beginning with Living Cultures.
The Very Best Of by Mildred Bailey
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A dying Native American takes a final journey with a loving companion by his side.
Format: DVD - 2010View Barking Water
Keep Me Comin' by Jesse "Ed" Davis
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On a beautifully desolate Navajo reservation in New Mexico, three young people, a college-bound, devout Christian; a rebellious and angry father-to-be; and a promiscuous but gorgeous transsexual, search for love and acceptance. As the three find their lives becoming more complicated and their troubles growing, their paths begin to intersect.
Format: DVD - 2015View Drunktown's Finest
Heartbeat, Warble, and the Electric Powwow: American Indian Music
Format: Book - 2016View Heartbeat, Warble, and the Electric Powwow: American Indian Music
Format: -View INAATE/SE/
Kaha:wi Dance Theatre on Vimeo
Format: -View Kaha:wi Dance Theatre on Vimeo
Longhouse Media on Vimeo
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Native North America: Vol. 1, Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country, 1966-1985
Format: Music CD - 2014View Native North America: Vol. 1, Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country, 1966-1985
Mîyo kekisepa: Make a stand : pow-wow songs recorded live at Red Mountain
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Format: Music CD - 2017 CreeView Mîyo kekisepa: Make a stand : pow-wow songs recorded live at Red Mountain