An intimate portrait of one man’s obsessive journey through the secret 200-year culture known as Mardi Gras Indians: AfricanAmerican men who spend all year making feathered suits to honor their runaway slave ancestors and the Native American tribes who housed them during their escape. Every morning, Demond wakes at 5:30 and sews until midnight. His tribe - the Young Seminole Hunters - represents the Lower Ninth Ward, the most famous casualty of Hurricane Katrina.
Sunday 20: Broadway Cinemas, room 5, 7:00 pm
Thursday 24: Broadway Cinemas, room 9, 10:00 pm