Walker Art Center

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Directed by Sterlin Harjo

Part of INDIgenesis: Indigenous Filmmakers, Past and Present

“‘Mekko’ infuses street-smart realism with Native American mysticism to create a quietly haunting portrait of fringe dwellers and castoffs.” —Hollywood Reporter

A thrilling redemption quest inflected with shades of the supernatural, Sterlin Harjo’s third feature film follows Mekko, a recent parolee who finds himself homeless on the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma after nearly a decade of incarceration. He soon encounters Bill, a malevolent figure and the community’s supposed protector who he suspects may be a shape-shifter. 2015, US, 84 minutes.

Introduced by journalist and filmmaker Allison Herrera, who recently collaborated with Harjo on the multimedia project Invisible Nations.

Ticket Discounts

For information about discounted tickets for individuals and groups, please contact Alison Kozberg (Alison.kozberg@walkerart.org) at least one business day before the screening.