Sat 6/25: Woman of the Water Work-in-progress Screening / Q&A

Red Salmon Arts presents
¡Cine Resistencia! – Free Summer Film Screening Series Featuring

Join us for a work-in-progress screening of selected footage from Woman of the Water, a documentary directed by local filmmaker Tahila Xicahuamazatl Chavez Mintz. We are excited for this opportunity to gain feedback from the community and showcase some of the interviews and footage we have produced with inspiring women leaders from indigenous communities across the Americas, including in Texas, Mexico, Canada, and the Dominican Republic. The director and some members of the crew will be available after the screening for a Q&A about the project and opportunities for involvement.

**This free community film screening starts at 7pm with light refreshments provided. Seating is limited, so be sure to show up ahead of time to get settled in!**

A sliding scale donation or purchase at Resistencia is suggested to go toward refreshments and support the bookstore.
Woman of the Water will also be taking donations for their crowdfunding campaign to attend and document El Llamado de La Montana conference in Putumayo Colombia.

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Red Salmon Arts is a 501(c)3 grassroots cultural arts organization, with a thirty-year history of working with the indigenous neighborhoods of Austin. RSA is dedicated to the development of emerging writers and the promotion of Chican@/Latin@/Native American literature, providing outlets and mechanisms for cultural exchange, and sharing in the retrieval of a people’s cultural heritage with a commitment to social justice.

Cine Resistencia: A Summer Film Series showcasing the work of nascent and veteran filmmakers, media makers, producers, and directors that highlights Chican@/Latin@/Native American-centered documentaries, shorts, features, and works-in-progress.
Resistencia Bookstore, Casa de Red Salmon Arts, is a neighborhood center for aspiring writers, providing quality literature to Austin communities since 1983. Specializing in indigenous, Native American, Chican@-Mexican@, Latin@, African American, queer, feminist, and children’s bilingual literature.
COAThis project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. Visit Austin at