'BEANS' PRESENTED BY IUPUI ARTS & HUMANITIES INSTITUTE

Based on true events, Tracey Deer's debut feature chronicles the 78-day standoff between two Mohawk communities and government forces in 1990 in Quebec.

  • Tracey Deer
  • 92 minutes
  • The IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute and the Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie are pleased to announce The Anthropocene Film Series.

     

    The Anthropocene Film Series highlights films that engage with the complex histories, politics, and lived experiences of environmental change. The series features dramas, documentaries, and shorts accompanied by live discussions about the films' themes, contexts, and significance for better understanding (and responding to) the challenges that humans and other-than-human species face in the modern world.

     

    The Anthropocene Film Series is presented in collaboration with The Anthropocenes Network, housed at the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute.

     

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About Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie

An arthouse cinema. A European-inspired restaurant. A neighborhood gathering place. A home for film-lovers, food-lovers and community-seekers, in Windsor Park, just northeast of downtown Indianapolis.