The Sundance Institute revealed plans for the 2007 Sundance Film Festival's presentation of films by Native American and indigenous filmmakers in its Native Forum. The 2007 festival includes work from filmmakers in the United States, New Zealand and the Philippines. Titles screening in the Native Forum include: Taika Waititi's "Eagle Vs. Shark" (New Zealand), Sterlin Harjo's "Four Sheets to the Wind" (USA), "Miss Navajo" (USA) by Billy Luther, "Tuli" by Auracus Solito (Philippines), "Conversion" (USA) by Nanobah Becker, and "Move Me" (USA) by Jonathan Pulley. The Native Forum also has slated panels and other special events. For more information and details on films, visit the Sundance Institute's website. [Brian Brooks]