Sundance Film Festival 2011

Following President and Founder Robert Redford's original vision, Sundance Institute has remained committed to supporting indigenous filmmaking. This showcase highlights new work that contributes to a worldwide understanding of and appreciation for these artists.

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GRAB (Year: 2011; Director: Billy Luther; Stars: Narrated by Parker Posey)
Three families in the Laguna Pueblo tribe prepare for Grab Day, when they throw groceries from a rooftop to the community waiting below – an annual community-wide prayer of abundance, thanks and renewal.
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