The Pulidor Foundation Spearheads Annual Native American Arts and Film Festival

The Pulidor Foundation, a non profit organization dedicated to helping children, the homeless and terminally ill, is presenting The 13TH Annual Arts and International Film Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, at The Southpoint Hotel and Spa.

The event will be held on November 1ST-4TH, with a VIP Reception at 5pm. While this event will bring people from near by states exposing Native American arts, crafts, and films, one of the primary focuses is to create awareness to the public about the history of the Native American Culture and to bring a working relationship to the corporate world as well. The festival will benefit Three Squares Food Bank and American Indian Graduate Center Scholarships.

Patracia Martinelli, the granddaughter of Pulidor Gurule, a successful farmer and businessman, has continued her grandfather’s plight. Shaginaw Grant, who is working with Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in the remake of The Lone Ranger, along with local and national personalities will appear at the festival.

For more information and tickets email [email protected] or call [702] 365-5686.

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