UAS to screen Inupiat film tonight

The University of Alaska Southeast will screen the film “The Fast Runner” at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Egan Lecture Hall. The screening is part of the Alaska Native Cultures Film Series, which runs every other Thursday through Dec. 1.

“The Fast Runner” is the first feature film made in the Inuit language. In the film, two brothers challenge an unknown shaman.

The Alaska Native Cultures Film Series accompanies the Alaska Native Cultures course at UAS and is free and open to the public. Each of the films in this series offers a look at the diversity of Alaska Native Cultures. To view the entire list of films, visit

www.uas.alaska.edu/pr/releases/active/ak-native-films2011.html

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