American Indian Student Services Indigenous Film Series- Lesser Blessed

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The American Indian Student Services is hosting the 2014 Spring Semester Indigenous Film Series every Wednesday evening until April 30, 2014 in room 105 at the Payne Family Native American Center. Films begin at 4:30 pm and discussions following each film may run until 6:30 pm. The film series is open to the University/Missoula campus and the Missoula community. Everyone is welcome and the event is free.

April 30: The Lesser Blessed
Runtime: 86 min

“A drama centered on a First Nations teenager trying to find his place in the modern world.”  (

“A teenager living in a small, remote community in Canada deals with life as a high school student. Larry's (Joel Nathan Evans) life is full of too many parties, too much drinking, and not enough responsibility or independence.[3]The film explores several typical teen issues, such as alienation and the search for one's own identity, but in this case from the perspective of a Tlicho Indian who struggles between his Native ancestry and finding his place in to the modern world.”  (