A family moves into a haunted house. Introverted boy meets girl next door. Archetypical horror goodness abounds.
Where: Jean Cocteau Cinema
418 Montezuma Ave.
More than 400 acclaimed Native American artists show and sell their art at the first IFAM, alongside music, dance, literary performances and Native foods.
Boo, hiss and holler at your favorite villains and ingÃ©nues as this
anonymous group of writers pokes a lot of fun at our perfect city.
The largest Native American arts market in the world shows off the work of more
than 1,000 Native artists.
A young man ventures through the California porn industry of the '70s and 80s, which results in a name change to Dirk Diggler, among other things.
The Balsamos show off their works in mixed media. Through Sept. 15
A shorts program by indigenous filmmakers includes Wakening by Danis Goulet, Sikumi by Andrew Okpeaha MacLean and The Cave by Helen Haig Brown.