Native Crossroads Film Festival

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Native Crossroads Film Festival
Sam Noble Museum of Natural History
2401 Chautauqua Ave
Phone: 405-325-4712

Experience three days of soaring strings, pounding drums, screaming guitars and more during the sixth annual Native Crossroads Film Festival in Norman. The theme for this year's festival is "Rhythms," showcasing feature films, music videos, documentaries, animations and short films that crank up the volume on the diverse soundtracks of Native America. These films celebrate pioneers of rock like guitarist Jesse Ed Davis, Indigenous hip-hop artists from urban Los Angeles, Sámi country music in Scandinavia, as well as love songs on cedar flutes, classical violins and the rhythms of nature that are a vital part of life in Indigenous communities around the world. This year’s films emphasize the significant roles of music in Native cultures, from preserving traditions to rallying voices for change. Don't miss this free film event at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History.

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General Information: Free admission