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Introduction by Director Sanjay Rawal

Gather documents a growing movement among Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual and cultural identities by obtaining sovereignty over their ancestral food systems. After the showing, there will be a discussion and Q&A led by Clint Carroll, an associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies and an Executive Board member of the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies at CU-Boulder with Karlos Baca of i Collective, and Andrea Murdoch of Four Directions Cuisine.

Note: R Gallery in Boulder is showing an in-person and online exhibit of art by Colorado artists inspired by Festival films, including Gather. Karen Armon, Natalie Brey, and Megan Morgan are the artists for Gather.

For live viewers:

  • 4:00 pm Program begins
  • 4:10 pm Feature film
  • 5:25-6:00 pm Live discussion with Q&A

Those watching after the live events have occurred may do so at their convenience. A recording of the live discussion will be available to begin streaming until midnight on February 5th.

Festival extras

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  • Consider getting a Festival movie gobblebox from the Inventing Room Dessert Shop or local food snack box from the Boulder County Farmers Markets to enjoy during the movie. For more information about Festival movie snacks, click here.

Live discussion and Q&A led by Clint Carroll.