This year’s Monthly Indigenous Film Series opens with":

Please join us on Wednesday, January 30th at 7pm for a special presentation between ourselves and AICHO (American Indian Community Housing Organization) in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

The film follows main character Nikki Taylor (Maija Tailfeathers), a sex worker who notices the disappearance of an alarming number of women. She teams up with a female police officer and a social worker to investigate. They face a slow-moving police department until the media takes notice and it becomes a national story.

Please support the screening! RSVP on Facebook HERE

Behold this year's trailer, created by local filmmaker Lance Karasti 

The Duluth Superior Film Festival (DSFF) is an ambitious and innovative event that delivers film, music and art to the Twin Ports region. In its short history, DSFF has developed an exemplary reputation for presenting a distinctively imaginative and diverse line-up of international, American independent and regional films.

Over 5 days, the festival will present an exciting slate of films, bring popular music acts, host many visiting filmmakers to introduce and discuss their works, and include an array of events, panels, discussions, and parties.

The Festival takes place at vibrant venues such as Zeitgeist Arts Building, Clyde Iron Works, and unique irregular venues all set along the breathtaking shores of Lake Superior in Duluth.

The Duluth Superior Film Festival is a cultural organization dedicated to the role of film and art as a conduit of powerful ideas and diverse viewpoints. Our mission is to foster a greater appreciation of cinema, to bridge cultures, create and expand community, provide cultural exchange, networking opportunities and educational outreach through regular interaction with great films, filmmakers, musicians and artists.

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