Vanishing American


The Vanishing American

THE VANISHING AMERICAN is part of Lit Crawl L.A.'s first film screening series, celebrating the intersection of film and L.A. literature.

60th Anniversary Screening

Audrey Totter stars in this 1955 adaptation of the Zane Grey novel as the heiress of land in New Mexico who unites with the Navajo to fight local whites’ villainous plans.

Screening followed by a conversation exploring images of Native Americans, then and now, and the current impact of drought and fracking on Indigenous land rights moderated by Larry Smith (Lumbee Nation) host KPFK’s American Indian Airwaves with writers James Fenelon (Lakota/Dakota) and Melanie Jeffrey (Digueno).

A portion of your ticket purchase will support Lit Crawl L.A., a free to the public, grassroots literary festival, returning to the NoHo Arts District October 21, 2015, presenting an evening of 40 presenters including readings series, lit journals, performance groups, local presses and more at 35+ locations in NoHo.

For VIP tickets, which include 6:30 PM coffee and signing with panelists, copy and paste:

Not Rated
Adventure, Drama, Western
Joseph Kane
Scott Brady, Audrey Totter, Forrest Tucker
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