Winter in the Blood
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Winter in the Blood
Feb 27 - Mar 06

(Alex and Andrew Smith, United States, 2013, 105 min)

Presented in partnership with Longhouse Media

Seattle premiere!

Producer Sherman Alexie in attendance Thursday!

Directors in attendance Thursday, Friday, Saturday!

Cast & crew in attendance!

Thursday, Feb 27 at 06:30PM
Thursday, Feb 27 at 09:30PM
Friday, Feb 28 at 06:30PM
Friday, Feb 28 at 09:30PM
Saturday, Mar 01 at 06:30PM
Saturday, Mar 01 at 09:30PM
Sunday, Mar 02 at 06:30PM
Sunday, Mar 02 at 09:30PM
Monday, Mar 03 at 06:30PM
Monday, Mar 03 at 09:30PM
Tuesday, Mar 04 at 06:30PM
Tuesday, Mar 04 at 09:30PM
Wednesday, Mar 05 at 06:30PM
Wednesday, Mar 05 at 09:30PM
Thursday, Mar 06 at 06:30PM
Thursday, Mar 06 at 09:30PM

Virgil First Raise wakes in a ditch on the hardscrabble plains of Montana, hungover and badly beaten. He sees a shocking vision: his father, ten years dead, lying frozen at his feet. Shaken, Virgil returns home to his ranch on the reservation, only to find that his wife, Agnes, has left him. Worse, she's taken his beloved rifle.

Virgil sets out to town find her or perhaps just the gun beginning a hi-line odyssey of inebriated and improbable intrigues with the mysterious Airplane Man, his beautiful accomplice, Malvina, and two dangerous Men in Suits. By embracingand no longer fleeinghis memories, Virgil is finally able to thaw the ice in his veins.

Northwest Film Forum partners with Longhouse Media to present the ongoing series Indigenous Showcase, spotlighting emerging talents in indigenous communities. This exciting program exemplifies how Native American and indigenous filmmakers are at the forefront of the industry, successfully establishing a dialogue and creating images that are challenging and changing long established cultural attitudes towards indigenous culture. The mission of Longhouse Media is to catalyze indigenous people and communities to use media as a tool for self-expression, cultural preservation, and social change.



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