American Indian Film Inst

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American Indian Film Inst
American Indian Film Inst is listed in the Motion Picture Producers & Studios category in San Francisco, California. Displayed below are the social networks for American Indian Film Inst which include a Facebook page and a Instagram account. The activity and popularity of American Indian Film Inst on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for American Indian Film Inst is:
333 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 554-0525
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American Indian Film Institute added 2 new photos.
Hey, don't forget to mark us in your Calendar this fall!

Hey fans! We'll be Stanford Powwow (May 12- 14) this year selling some festival merchandise. It will be a good time to stock up on some early Christmas gifts, eh? See you soon!

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THE AMERICAN INDIAN FILM INSTITUTE IS CURRENTLY SEEKING FILM AND VIDEO ENTRIES FOR THE 42ND ANNUAL AMERICAN INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL®.

AIFF42 Call for Entry (Early Bird Registration begins tomorrow!) for the 42nd Annual American Indian Film Festival - November 3 - 11, 2017 • San Francisco, CA. Submit Your Film! EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: March 1st - March 31st. REGULAR REGISTRATION: April 1st - August 4th. EXTENDED DEADLINE: August 5th - August 25th. www.aifisf.com https://filmfreeway.com/festival/AIFF
The American Indian Film Festival is the world’s longest-running exposition showcasing independent films of U.S. American Indians and First Nations peoples o...

American Indian Film Institute shared Hint Fashion Magazine's video.
That one time our friend Sasheen Littlefeather declined Marlon Brando's Oscar, citing Hollywoods depiction of Native Americans and Wounded Knee (1973). ✊🏽 Have a wonderful Sunday! https://www.facebook.com/hintmag/videos/10156545677170261/
At the 1973 Oscars, Marlon Brando protested the treatment of Native Americans by asking Sacheen Littlefeather to refuse his award (The Godfather) and deliver a 15-page speech...