Maine premiere of Dawnland Sunday, September 16 @ the Camden International Film Festival

We’re delighted to announce the Dawnland  MAINE PREMIERE at the Camden International Film Festival on Sunday, September 16 followed by screenings in Portland, Bangor, Brunswick, Machias, and beyond as we bring the film home to Wabanaki territory. Join us and please share the image below to help spread the word:
Upcoming Dawnland Premieres and Screenings
 
SEPTEMBER 10
Prescott, Arizona
 
SEPTEMBER 16
MAINE PREMIERE
Camden, Maine
with filmmakers and film participants Esther Anne and Dawn Neptune Adams
SEPTEMBER 21 
NORTH SHORE, MA PREMIERE
Salem, Massachusetts

Salem Film Festival Special Screening

with filmmaker Ben Pender-Cudlip and participant Dawn Neptune Adams
 
SEPTEMBER 24
DOWNEAST PREMIERE
Machias, Maine
University of Maine – Machias
with film participant Denise Altvater (American Friends Service Committee)
 
SEPTEMBER 27
SOUTHERN MAINE PREMIERE
Brunswick, Maine
with film participant Penthea Burns (Maine-Wabanaki REACH)
 
SEPTEMBER 28
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Radcliffe Institute and Harvard University Native American Program
with filmmaker Adam Mazo, film participant Esther Anne, Professor Ronald Niezen, moderated by Professor Martha Minow
 
OCTOBER 4
Brunswick, Maine
Curtis Memorial Library
with film participant Penthea Burns (Maine-Wabanaki REACH)
OCTOBER 5-7
PORTLAND PREMIERE – 4 SCREENINGS
Portland, Maine

Portland Museum of Art

with film participant Denise Altvater on Oct. 7
 
OCTOBER 8 – INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY
BANGOR PREMIERE
Bangor, Maine
Penobscot Theater
with film participants Dawn Neptune Adams, Huyanna Tyneshia-Rose Clearwater, and Maria Girouard (Maine-Wabanaki REACH)
 
HARTFORD PREMIERE
Hartford, Connecticut
Noah Webster House
with senior adviser Chris Newell
 
Waltham, Massachusetts
Brandeis University
with learning director Dr. Mishy Lesser
 
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For those elsewhere in Maine, New England, and beyond, in September we will announce many more screenings of Dawnland.