Isabelle's Garden screening at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Isabelle's Garden, a short film directed by PMA assistant professor Jeffrey Palmer will screen at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

Isabelle's Garden is an uplifting story of a community coming together in reciprocity through the hopes and dreams of a young Choctaw girl and her garden. The screening of professor Palmer's short at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is part of the Academy's Shorts Program: Indigenous Stories. For November, the Academy will screen Indigenous/Native stories, including a selection of family-friendly shorts, both live-action and animated, by Indigenous/Native filmmakers.

"I am thrilled to be a part of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures programming for Indigenous/Native/First Nations stories in the month of November. Being a Kiowa storyteller, I am excited to provide new perspectives to the museum and the visitors." says Jeffrey Palmer, assistant professor, , Cornell University.

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Screenshot from Isabelle's Garden - a young girl smiles as she stands in a garden.