End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock
June 22 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm |
Screening Venue: Lawrence College & Career Center
(2910 Haskell Ave.)
Director: Shannon Kring
Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes.
A group of indigenous women risk their lives to stop the Dakota Access oil pipeline construction that desecrated their ancient burial and prayer sites and threatens their land, water, and very existence. In the process, they must face the personal costs of leadership, even as their own lives and identities are transformed by one of the great political and cultural events of the early 21st century. Placing their courage in true historic perspective, END OF THE LINE goes to the essence of this astonishing event – “the hearts of the women.”
PLEASE NOTE: THIS SCREENING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM A DRIVE IN FORMAT TO OUTDOOR SEATING to provide a better viewing experience.
Please bring your own lawn chairs or blankets for seating!
A virtual panel discussion on Monday, June 21 at 6:30pm presented by Haskell Indian Nations University’s Hiawatha Center for Justice will provide further engagement on the themes of this film.
The film will be preceded by music by Alaskan native Gracie Denning and a screening of the short documentary, Returning Home: The Repatriation of the Kaw Prayer Boulder (14minutes, directed by Matt Michie).
Information on how to get involved with local activism around issues covered by the film will be available on site.
- Tickets: $10/ car
- Doors open: 8pm / Screening time: 9pm
- You must arrive 30 minutes prior to the screening time to guarantee your reservation.
- The film may be viewed by lawn chair seating in front of the screen for best viewing.
- Festival staff will assist in parking and socially-distant seating.
- Please bring your own lawn chairs and refreshments.
- Bathrooms will be available on site.
- In the event of rain, this film will be screened at Liberty Hall.
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