STG, SIFF, Amazon Video Direct and Longhouse Media present Rumble + Re:definition 

Please join us for an evening of FREE events, featuring a film presentation of Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World 
and a new Re:definition Indigenous Centered Perspectives art exhibit!


Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World is a feature documentary focusing on the role of Native Americans in popular music history. It was a recipient of a Sundance World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award and will be available to stream (exclusively) on Amazon Prime Video later this year. 

Re:definition aims to redefine historic cultural space in the form of an art gallery for local visual artists, with rotating exhibits occurring throughout the year. The focus of the coming year is to elevate the presence and availability of work created by Indigenous artists.

Gallery curated by Tracy Rector
Featuring works by Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Margie Morris and Amanda Spotted Fawn Strong
Including a post-film moderated talkback with the filmmakers 

Friday, May 26 2017
The Paramount Theatre
Doors and Gallery Open at 6:00pm
Screening of Rumble at 7:00pm
After-Party and Gallery Open at 9:30pm
Free and Open to the Public.

*Guests are welcome to attend the full evening of events or come and go as they please


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