Vision Maker Media ( and The Ross Media Arts Center Native American Film Series 2024 celebrates comedian Charlie Hill’s birthday with screenings of Harold of Orange and On and Off the Res’ w/Charlie Hill. In Harold of Orange, poet Gerald Vizenor’s screenplay draws on trickster myths common to many Native Nations to create a contemporary satire which dispels many Hollywood stereotypes. On and Off the Res documents the art of stand-up comedy and Native humor through the experiences of Charlie Hill.

The screening takes place Monday, July 8, at 7:10 p.m. at The Ross Media Arts Center. Admission is free and open to the public. For all shows and times, visit or the Ross hot line at (402) 472- 5353. The Native American Film Series features artist profiles, musical performances, family stories and documentaries on historical figures and traditions. Screenings in this monthly series will take place the second Monday of each month in 2024.

The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center brings independent, documentary, international and classic films to Lincoln and the University community. Located at 13th and R St., The Ross shows movies seven days a week and hosts events including visiting filmmaker talks, post-show discussions, theatre and opera broadcasts and film festivals.

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