"The Last Pow Wow Oak" by Andrew Szava-Kovats. 1PM, Saturday, June 18, 2011
Join us for a special screening of the latest documentary by local filmmaker Andrew Szava-Kovats. “The Last Pow-Wow Oak” (2011) 60 mins. Unrated. This documentary tells the story of the historic 300 year old Pow-Wow Oak Tree on Clark Road in Lowell’s Belvidere neighborhood, where Native American gathered for Pow-Wows and Revolutionary War Militia gathered on their way to Lexington and Concord. We’re thrilled to announce the screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director himself, Andrew Szava-Kovats. For more information about the film and the efforts surrounding documenting and preserving the tree please see the film’s website or Lowell Film Collaborative’s wonderful write up on the movie and our screening.