Movies made by Cherokees, for Cherokees and about Cherokees.
The inaugural Drive-In Movie Nights celebrated Cherokee storytelling,
language, heritage, culture and traditions through film.
This feature included Cherokee-language short films,
animations, and a documentary about one man’s lifelong
dedication to the Cherokee language, “Language Is
Everything: The Story of Durbin Feeling.”
Attendees saw the premieres of all-new Cherokee films and
television, including “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People”
season 6, “Inage’i,” and a short sci-fi film, “Totsu” (Redbird).
“Nanyehi” and “The Cherokee Word for Water,” films
celebrated the lives of two extraordinary Cherokee women,
Nanyehi and Wilma Mankiller.
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