TULSA (AP) -- A two-day film festival featuring Native American actors, directors and producers is scheduled in Tulsa.
This is the 10th year for the Red Fork Native American Film Festival. To mark the anniversary, the festival that starts Friday will feature a retrospective schedule of films.
The feature film of the festival is "Every Emotion Costs," directed by Darlene Naponse.
An Art Market will also take place in addition to the screenings. Native American artists will display their art work and hold demonstrations.
The free event will be held at Tulsa Community College's west campus.
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