The Three Sevens

Director: Alejandro Ronceria

Institute History

  • 1996 Sundance Film Festival


This excellent selection of films shows the way Native and aboriginal filmmakers throughout the Western Hemisphere are moving beyond thetraditional documentary form to illustrate the sociopolitical aspects of their everyday life. The Three Sevens, a tapestry of brief impressions of the life experiences of a Native man from Coulmbia, living in exile in Canada.

— Stephen Lewis

Screening Details


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