Power Lines Film Screening & Discussion with Director Klee Benally
Where: Interference Archive
314 7th St., Park Slope
Price: Free, donations welcome
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Halee (Nezbahe Ragdoll) is a 16 year old Diné (Navajo) relocation refugee who uses fierce poetry to escape from her painful past and present. When Halee’s abusive father (Tony Skrelunas) crosses a line, her best friend Selma (Kayla Dailey) helps her runaway. Their journey to Halee’s homeland takes a turn when she discovers her father has been hiding a secret that has the power to change Halee’s life forever.
Power Lines is written, directed, edited, and scored by Klee Benally and filmed with the talents of Outta Your Backpack Media (OYBM) mentors Shelby Ray, Steven Toya esq., Hillary Abe, & Keemara Bahe. OYBM is a Flagstaff based non-profit that offers free film-making workshops to Indigenous youth.
Run Time: 74 minutes
This is a free event. Donations are accepted to support antifascists facing charges in Arizona.Buy tickets/get more info now