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NOV. 21-24, 2019 | THE BYRD THEATRE | RICHMOND, VA

About

Welcome to the third annual Pocahontas Reframed “Storytellers” Film Festival. We would like to thank all our Sponsors, Partners, Volunteers, and especially, you – the public, for supporting our efforts to bring these great films by and about Native people to the fabulous Byrd Theatre and other venues. The growth of our Festival would not have been possible without the financial support of the AMERICAN EVOLUTION 2019 group. We also would like to thank our Founding Sponsor, Francis Ford Coppola.

$20 Tickets can be purchased here, or at the ticket booth at the Byrd Theatre during the festival. The ticket gives access to all events at the Byrd Theatre, including 20+ films, musical performances and the Cherokee Warriors performance.

$50 VIP Pass can only be purchased online here. It includes everything that the $20 ticket includes, plus the speical event at the VMHC on Wednesday 6pm-9pm, The Master Class at University of Richmond on Friday from 9am to 12pm, the Master class at the VMFA on Friday from 2pm to 5pm, and the private reception with the filmmakers at VMFA’s Marble Hall from 5pm to 7pm.

Pocahontas Reframed Storytellers Film Festival presents a Master Class

Code Talker – How Native Americans Helped the United States win WWI and WWII

Professors Dr. Peter Kirkpatrick (VCU) and Dr. Francoise Kirkpatrick (U of R) will present a University style class on two films that explore the little known role that Native Americans played during both World Wars.

DATE: 9/14/2019 | 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
LOCATION: The Fort Monroe Theater
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The Byrd Theatre

Richmond, Virginia
The Byrd Theatre, a Richmond, Virginia landmark, was built in 1928. The design of grand movie palaces in the 1920s and 1930s was reminiscent of the opulent European opera houses, and the Byrd was no different. Historically significant and conveniently located, the theatre serves as the festival’s primary location.