Everything Has a Spirit

Director: Gabriele Dech, Ava Hamilton
Screenwriters: Linda Hogan

Institute History

  • 1994 Sundance Film Festival


Everything Has a Spirit is a timely film which explores the issues surrounding American Indian religious freedom and spirituality. By blending historical photos and narrative footage and combining contemporary and traditional music, the film examines the roots of Native American religious persecution.

Screening Details


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