United States | 2018 | Saila Huusko, Jasper Rischen In this eye-opening, often humorous documentary, Moroni Benally, a young, gay, Mormon academic with radical ideas, runs for the presidency of the Navajo Nation. His long-shot quest to become perhaps the most powerful Native American in North America reveals surprising parallels with the U.S.’s current political climate. “A compelling look at the LGBTQ community within the Navajo nation, and how politics are navigated from a community being controlled by the outside." –The Advocate. Cleveland premiere. 76 min. Moroni for President, a Cinematheque streaming exclusive, can be viewed online from 9/11 thru at least 10/1 by clicking "rent here" at the link below. (Doing so supports the Cinematheque.) Screening fee is $10, and after opening the film, you have 48 hours to watch it. https://tickets.frameline.org/websales/pages/info.aspx?evtinfo=683472~1e6f9d51-b577-4dfd-b5f0-e48935c97d7d&epguid=86f8b585-e811-4f22-aac1-4b407c7a6c80&
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