Saturday, October 13th  at 8 p.m.

Turning Stone Resort Casino

Free – Open to the Public

RSVP to Sarah Koral at or (315) 361- 8191

The Oneida Indian Nation in collaboration with Sundance Institute has announced a joint initiative designed to expand the reach of Native storytellers in Upstate New York through local film screenings and workshops, as well as a yearlong Fellowship for one local aspiring Native filmmaker, who will be announced in early 2019.

To kick off the initiative, Sundance Institute and the Oneida Indian Nation will host a film series at Turning Stone Resort Casino on Saturday, October 13, beginning at 8 p.m.  The free and open-to-the-public presentation will include an introduction by Sundance Institute senior staff and a curated series of short films by award winning Native filmmakers from around the country including Shaandiin Tome who directed the film “Mud” which will be screened during the evening. After the screening concludes, Tome will participate in a Q&A session to discuss her film, the art of filmmaking and the opportunities presented by being a Sundance Institute Fellow.

To view the press release click here.

To download the flyer click here.