“Warrior Women” is the story of mothers and daughters fighting for indigenous rights in the American Indian Movement of the 1970s. The film unveils not only a female perspective of history, but also examines the impact political struggles have on the children who bear witness.
Upcoming Festivals & Events
Join us for the screening of "Warrior Women" at the Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City from October 18–21, 2018. For information about the film festival, please visit www.amnh.org/explore/margaret-mead-film-festival.
The American Museum of Natural History's Margaret Mead Film Festival, occurring October 18–21, 2018, screens documentaries that increase our understanding of the complexity and diversity of the peoples and cultures that populate our planet. This year's festival reflects stories of resilience–portraits of strength and action by people who are rising up, breaking new ground, and pushing their communities forward.
Help close the 2018 Alexander Valley Film Festival in Healdsburg, California by joining us on October 21st at the Raven Film Center for a 5:30 PM viewing of Warrior Women. Following the film and subsequent Q&A, please join us for The Awards Ceremony and reception at spoonbar @ h2Hotel.
Please visit https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10334939 for more information and to purchase tickets.
Join us for the screening of "Warrior Women" at the 2018 Milwaukee Film Festival on October 21st, 22nd and 24th. If you come to the screening on the 22nd you'll be able to catch director Elizabeth Castle and Lakota Harden!
Purchase your ticketes by visiting https://mkefilm.org/events/mff-2018/warrior-women.
The 2018 Milwaukee International Film Festival will screen more than 300 films, engage with dozens of filmmakers, host tons of events, and spark countless conversations among friends and film buffs in the community. It’s an immersive, experiential monument to the artistic, technological, and philosophical power of visual storytelling and a celebration of the medium's unique ability to capture the beauty and tumult of the human experience, to bear witness, to give voice to the voiceless—all while never forgetting to have a great time. It's a tribute to the best of film, the best of the visual arts, and the best of human creativity.
Join us for the screening of "Warrior Women" on opening night of the 2018 California American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival on November 1st in Temecula, CA. Visit https://www.caiiff.com/copy-of-schedule for more information and to purchase tickets.
The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center at California State University San Marcos is proud to present the 2018 California's American Indian and Indigenous Film Festival. California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival offers audiences in Southern California the finest work in American Indian film and media on an annual basis. The CAIIFF highlights the best of current films from American Indian filmmakers, producers, directors & actors working through Indian Country.
Join us for the screening of "Warrior Women" at the 2018 Guelph Film Festival in Ontario, Canada on Friday, November 2nd at 7:30 pm. Please visit https://guelphfilmfestival.ca/2018/2018/7/6/warriorwomen for more information and to purchase tickets.
The Guelph Film Festival is dedicated to expanding the proliferation of voices and perspectives of all kinds, through presentations of stories from the margins: stories that explore themes of social justice, the environment, and community building. Our long history of inspiring community engagement and an appreciation of the arts by connecting people with stories of global reach and local relevance is unique in the world of film festivals. There aren't many film festivals that do what we do.
Join us for the screening of "Warrior Women" at the 2018 Cucalorus Film Festival on November 8th at 4:30 pm at Station Main in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Please visit http://www.cucalorus.org/film/warrior-women/ for more information and to purchase tickets.
One of the world’s first documentary film festivals, the Guelph Film Festival is dedicated to inspiring community engagement and appreciation of the arts by connecting people through stories of global reach and local relevance.
The festival is one of the longest-running film festivals in the country. We enjoy a solid and growing reputation as a dynamic and exciting showcase of new documentaries and for providing an exciting festival experience for the city of Guelph and its surrounding region.