American Indian Film Festival

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American Indian Film Festival
Location San Francisco
Founded 1975
Festival date November
http://www.aifisf.com/

The American Indian Film Festival is an annual non-profit film festival in San Francisco. It is the world's oldest venue dedicated solely to Native American films and prepared the way for the 1979 formation of the American Indian Film Institute.

According to the Institute,[1] the Festival was first presented Seattle in 1975 and moved in 1977 to San Francisco, where it remains today. In 1979, the Festival was incorporated.

This festival is not to be confused by the Native American Film and Video Festival, which was founded in 1979.

Recent festival winners include:[2]

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