AMERICAN INDIAN MOTION PICTURE AWARDS SHOW TO AIR SAT., NOV. 29, 2014, ON KOFY-TV 20 IN GREATER SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA

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Nov 28, 2014, 11:56:43 AM11/28/14
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NEWS RELEASE


November 25, 2014


Please direct all inquiries to: American Indian Film Institute, via phone at 415-554-0525, or email to: aifi...@gmail.com


AMERICAN INDIAN MOTION PICTURE AWARDS SHOW TO AIR SAT., NOV. 29, 2014, ON KOFY-TV 20 IN GREATER SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA


SAN FRANCISCO – The American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show wrapped the 39th annual American Indian Film Festival, on Sun., Nov. 9, 2014, at San Francisco’s historic Palace of Fine Arts. Taped in front of a live audience, the American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show will be broadcast on KOFY-TV 20, in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, on Sat., Nov. 29, 6-7:30 p.m. PST.


Hosted by actors Tonantzin Carmelo (Imprint; Into the West) and Eddie Spears (Yellow Rock; The Legend of Hell’s Gate; Sleepy Hollow), television viewers will see video clips from the nominated films and filmmakers, and presentations of awards. KOFY-TV 20’s broadcast of American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show highlights the full line-up of live entertainment, including Anishinabe rocker Keith Secola; Apache-Hopi-Tewa comedian Drew LaCapa; Lumbee-Tuscarora recording artist Jana Mashonee; Lummi classical violinist Swil Kanim; Stó:lō-Metis-Ojibwa singer Inez Jasper; multicultural musical duo Audiopharmacy; Hard Rock Records and Seminole recording artist Spencer Battiest, and his brother, Zack “Doc” Battiest; and theYaaw Tei Yi Tlingit Dancers of Juneau, Alaska. In a poignant tribute, Jana Mashonee sang powerful songs for late Oneida comedian Charlie Hill (1951-2013), and Blackfeet actress Misty Upham (Frozen River; August: Osage County; Cake), who passed away Oct. 5, 2014. 


The American Indian Film Institute was founded in 1975. The American Indian Film Festival is the world’s longest-running exposition of films by and about Native people in North America.


http://aifisf.com/


http://www.kofytv.com/



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