Native CHAT Film Festival is a one-day event where films created by Native Youth of Minnesota will be screened.
The submitted films will be an opportunity for Native youth to share their perspective on important issues: HIV/AIDS, culture & health, and alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. that affect the communities where they live and grow. The filmmakers will provide an accurate interpretation of what their culture is and carry on the Native American tradition of storytelling through film. The youth participating will develop their skills and use media to build collaborations among Minnesota tribes. The film festival will bring together families and members of the Native community to work toward reducing the stigma of HIV/AIDS and other threats of Native American well being. Ultimately the film festival will be a tool of social justice broadcasting the voices and visions of Indian Country's future.
Contact: Native C.H.A.T. Film Festival email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 612.722.5670 For more Information, visit our Facebook: Ikidowin IPTF or Native C.H.A.T.