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Power Lines Film Screening & Discussion with Director Klee Benally

Friday July 27, 7:30pm- 9:30pm

Halee (Nezbahe Ragdoll) is a 16 year old Diné (Navajo) relocation refugee who uses fierce poetry to escape from her painful past and present. When Halee’s abusive father (Tony Skrelunas) crosses a line, her best friend Selma (Kayla Dailey) helps her runaway. Their journey to Halee’s homeland takes a turn when she discovers her father has been hiding a secret that has the power to change Halee’s life forever.

Power Lines is written, directed, edited, and scored by Klee Benally & filmed with the talents of Outta Your Backpack Media (OYBM) mentors Shelby Ray, Steven Toya esq., Hillary Abe, & Keemara Bahe. OYBM is a Flagstaff based non-profit that offers free film-making workshops to Indigenous youth.

Run Time: 74 minutes
www.powerlinesmovie.com

This is a free event. Donations are accepted to support antifascists facing charges in Arizona.

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