Sunday, December 3, 7:30-9:30pm
Hosted by Femmes & Friends Cinema School LA
30 participants maximum
$5 suggested donation
For the second session of Femmes & Friends Cinema School, we’re screening Drunktown’s Finest, a film directed by Sydney Freeland. Drunktown’s Finest is a coming-of-age story about three individuals growing up on the Navajo reservation, and the particular struggles and obstacles they face as Indigenous youth trying to navigate beyond their hardships. Freeland’s debut feature weaves together the three separate stories in a way that has been praised as honest and optimistic despite its blunt look at life in a small town U.S.A. with little opportunity.
Drunktown fanzine and vegan treats provided! Feel free to BYO.
Sydney Freeland is a Navajo filmmaker.
Femmes & Friends Cinema School LA is Femme-led film club that meets monthly for pop-up film screenings, discussions, parties and field trips. Created as a platform that makes space to celebrate, discuss and recognize women of all decades that have played critical roles in cinema.