Now in its fifth year, the American Indian Movement (AIM) International Film Festival
once again brings a world of acclaimed films to Santa Rosa, exemplifying the spiritual and self-determining movement of resistance against colonization that is being waged by indigenous people in America and beyond. The 2014 lineup presents five acclaimed feature-length films from Mexico, Australia, Gaza and North America. Flipping the script on our outdated tradition of Columbus Day, the festival educates and offers hope for a future where basic human rights are available for all people. The AIM Film Fest takes place on Sunday, Oct 12, at Arlene Francis Center, 99 Sixth St, Santa Rosa. Noon. $10. 707.528.3009.