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09/25/2015

Show up and Show out! Drunktown’s Finest comes to Atlanta!

Hey Atlanta!
Here’s a great opportunity to  support a film written and directed by a Navajo trans woman AND TJFP’s upcoming 9-29-15_DrunkTownsFinest (4)award that will make grants to Native American/Two Spirit groups and organizations in the US working for trans justice.

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 26th and bring yourself, a friend, or a group to support the debut of Drunktown’s Finest!

We’re hoping to pack that HOUSE!

Tickets can be purchased at the door or online.

More about the film:

Writer and director Sydney Freeland was born and raised on a Navajo reservation in Gallup, New Mexico—dubbed “Drunktown.” The disconnect between her experiences and the media’s portrayal of reservation life compelled her to create last year’s Sundance success, Drunktown’s Finest. The narrative feature offers not one, but three harrowing interwoven tales of loss and triumph at or around a reservation in Drunktown. Felixia, a trans woman, pursues a spot in the “women of the tribe” calendar. Sick Boy confronts violence and drug abuse. Nizhoni seeks out her past, well after being adopted by a white family. At its core, the film represents the ongoing search for identity and Freeland’s desire to more honestly portray reservation life.  View the full article
here.

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