At wilderness group gathering, Crow film to be shown

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From the poster for the short film, “How We See It: A Story of Apsaalooke Landscape.”

The Eastern Wildlands Chapter of the Montana Wilderness Association will be showing a short film,  “How We See It: A Story of Apsaalooke Landscape,” durings its annual meeting Monday night.

All chapter members are encouraged to attend, but nonmembers are also invited to the free event. It will start at 7 p.m. at the Art House Cinema & Pub, 109 N. 30th St., in downtown Billings.

The 15-minute movie was sponsored by several area organizations, including the Eastern Wildlands Chapter and Humanities Montana. The film project was collaboratively directed and produced by Crow tribal members Aaron Brien and
Darren Pretty On Top, both of whom are employed at Salish Kootenai College.

The film features Hubert Burdick Dawes Two Leggings, Dan Old Elk and Beverly Charges Strong Big Man, respected Crow elders, as well as Tim McCleary.

In addition to the film there will be an election for leadership positions on the EWC board, a short award presentation, door prizes and more. Beer, soda and light snacks will be available for purchase.

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