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Attending the 2011 Native American Film + Video Festival

All Native American Film + Video Festival programs are free.

Daytime Programs
For daytime programs held in the Auditorium and Diker Pavilion, seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For programs held in The Screening Room, which has limited seating, tickets will be distributed at the will-call desk beginning 40 minutes before the showtime.

Evening Programs
Reservations are recommended for evening programs. No more than four seats may be reserved by any one person. NMAI members are given priority for reservations before March 17. Reserved tickets may be picked up at the will-call desk beginning 40 minutes before the showtime. Tickets not picked up 15 minutes before the showtime will be released to the wait list. To reserve tickets, phone 212-514-3737 or e-mail FVC@si.edu.
We will contact you only if we cannot accommodate your reservation.

Please Note
All visitors to the Heye Center are required to go through a security check and magnetometer. No sharp or metal items will be allowed into the museum.

All programs are wheelchair accessible. To request assistance for the hearing impaired, please email FVC@si.edu before March 17. ddd


The National Museum of the American Indian, George Gustav Heye Center, is located at One Bowling Green, adjacent to the northeast corner of Battery Park, New York, New York.

Subway: R to Whitehall Street; 1 to South Ferry; J/Z to Broad St.; 4/5 to Bowling Green. For current status of weekend subway service, visit www.mta.info.

Bus: M5, M15, and M20.