The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum offers programs for all ages that fulfill our mission of telling the Seminole story. We strive to provide life-long learning that informs and inspires families, students, and adults.

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Native Reel Cinema Fest, and the Historic Stranahan House Museum are pleased to partner with the Sundance Institute to bring you the 2021 Indigenous Short Film Tour!


The 2021 Sundance Institute Indigenous Short Film Tour is a free 85-minute virtual program of seven short films directed by Indigenous filmmakers selected from recent editions of the Sundance Film Festival. Presented in partnership with our friends at museums, Native cultural centers, and arthouse cinemas, this exciting new offering curated by the Institute’s Indigenous Program will feature fiction, documentary, animation, and experimental works from around the world, giving new audiences a taste of what Indigenous filmmakers have to offer. The Festival's Short Film Program has long been established as a place to discover talented Indigenous directors, such as past alumni Taika Waititi, Blackhorse Lowe, Sterlin Harjo, Sky Hopinka, Caroline Monnet, and Shaandiin Tome.

Tour Dates: May 11 - June 30, 2021

Learn more about the program here:
Sundance Institute Indigenous Program

Watch the Trailers here

And View the Films here

Sundance Social Channels:

Sundance Institute: @sundanceorg
Sundance Film Festival: @sundancefest