Native American Film Draws Record Crowd
A count of nearly 100 viewers just before "Lost Nation: The Ioway" began screening at the Oakland Mills Nature Center in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa broke a house record. The previous record was around 70.
The Native American historical film screened simultaneously in two rooms to accomodate the crowd.
Read the Burlington Hawk Eye article via the link below.
An Oneota-style pot by artist and Ioway tribal member Reuben IronHorse Kent was part of a lobby display of cultural items and materials related to the making of the documentary. Reuben appears in the film making this pot. (Photo by John Lovretta courtesy The Hawk Eye)