Traverse City Film Festival
Te Ata has been selected as the feature film presented during the Native American Matinee at the Traverse City Film Festival on Sunday, July 31, 2016.
The Traverse City Film Festival (TCFF) is an annual event, founded in 2005 by Academy Award-Winning director Michael Moore. The festival is a charitable, educational, nonprofit organization committed to the idea that “One Great Movie Can Change You: Just Great Movies” and to helping save one of America’s few indigenous art forms — the cinema. Films and filmmakers from around the world are expected to journey to Northern Michigan for this year’s festival.
Date- Sunday, July 31 at 9 a.m.
Location- State Theatre, Traverse City, Michigan
Purchase Tickets- available July 16 at www.traversecityfilmfest.org/tickets
The Bentonville Film Festival
We are excited to announce Te Ata has been selected as one of 18 narrative feature films to be showcased during the 2nd annual Bentonville Film Festival May 3-8, 2016.
Founded by Academy Award Winner® Geena Davis and festival co-founder Trevor Drinkwater in 2015, BFF’s mission is to champion women and diverse voices in media. The festival takes place each year in early May in Bentonville, Arkansas. The May event is designed to inspire action and to bring together decision makers and content creators with the goal of ensuring media represents the world we live in which is 51% women and very diverse. BFF strives to work with content creators to inspire young minds because if they can see it they can be it.