Bonnie Looksaway’s Iron Art Wagon

Director: Wes Studi
Screenwriters: Bruce King

Institute History

  • 1998 Sundance Film Festival


A 1985 Pontiac is Bonnie Looksaway’s Iron Art Wagon. Bonnie is a young Native art student who takes to the road in an effort to sell her artwork. She encounters trouble and hospitality, and learns some lessons. The film marks actor Wes Studi’s directorial debut.

— Heather Rae

Screening Details


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