Cinema Detroit -Sundance Shorts and Indigenous Shorts Tours start Friday, Sept. 16
   
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---> The Sundance Indigenous Shorts Tour and Sundance Shorts Tour 2022 start on Friday, Sept. 16. These shorts programs represent the best of the best of the thousands of short films submitted to the Sundance Film Festival. We have scheduled the shows so that it's possible to watch both programs on the same day if you want. Scroll down for info and showtimes on both programs.

---> Encore shows of the anti-war drama 1982 begin on Friday, Sept. 23. We wanted to give folks another chance to see this coming-of-age story set in a school in Lebanon on the eve of war. Watch this space for more info.

---> Join us and accompanist Jeff Rapsis for Fritz Lang's Woman in the Moon (1929) with Live Music! This is one show only on Thursday, Sept. 29. You may remember Jeff from his awe-inspiring continuous three-hour live score of Fritz Lang's SPIES in January of this year or his Buster Keaton show at New Center Park back in 2019. You may not. Either way, you want to click here to buy tickets or scroll down for more info.
 
Sundance Indigenous Shorts Tour &
Sundance Shorts Tour start Friday, Sept, 16!
Featuring narrative and documentary shorts, the Sundance Film Festival Indigenous Shorts Tour 2022 is a celebration of Native perseverance and an exciting look at a variety of inventive storytelling from Indigenous artists with Sundance ties. The Festival's Short Film Program has a long history of supporting and launching talented Indigenous directors including Taika Waititi, Blackhorse Lowe, Sterlin Harjo, Sky Hopinka, Caroline Monnet, and Shaandiin Tome. The program includes:
  • The Headhunter’s Daughter — Leaving her family behind, Lynn traverses the harrowing roads of the Cordilleran highlands to try her luck in the city as a country singer. Narrative.
  • Kicking the Clouds — An experimental documentary centered on a 50 year old cassette tape of a Pechanga language lesson between the director’s grandmother and great-grandmother, and contextualized by an interview with his mother in his Pacific Northwest hometown. Documentary.
  • Long Line of Ladies — A girl and her community prepare for her Ihuk, the once-dormant coming of age ceremony of the Karuk and Yurok tribes of Northern California. Documentary.
  • Maidenhood — Catalina submits to the tradition of her people to demonstrate her purity and worth as a woman to her beloved, but her body betrays her and she fails to demonstrate her chastity. Narrative.
  • The Original Shareholder Experience — An Indigenous telepresenter nearing the top of her class must contend with her career prospects and her moral credibility as she's asked to sell a genocidal product on live television.
  • ᎤᏕᏲᏅ (Udeyonv) (What They’ve Been Taught) — This film explores expressions of reciprocity in the Cherokee world, brought to life through a story told by an elder and first language speaker. Documentary.
Sundance Film Festival Indigenous Shorts Tour 2022

Drama, documentary | 91 min

Sept 16: 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 17: 9:20 p.m.
Sept. 18: 7:30 p.m
Sept. 22: 7:30 p.m.