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Jeremiah Bitsui, Named Most Eligible Bachelor By Elle, Uses Life to Inspire Art
Fourth of July, age 17: Jeremiah Bitsui is inebriated when he arrives at a house party in Albuquerque, New Mexico...
If You Need an Indian... Actor and Artist Richard Ray Whitman Is Your Man
If you need a Native actor, if you are desperate for authenticity or ‘gravitas’, if you are an “indie film project” which translates as “low budget”, if you need an Indian who’s be...
'Drunktown' and 'Rhymes' Rule American Indian Film Festival Awards
Two highly acclaimed films by and about Natives split most of the major honors at the American Indian Motion Picture Awards Show, the finale of the 39th annual American Indian Film...
Rebellion and History: Impressive Slate of Native Films Screens in Santa Fe
It’s not a designated Film Festival but you will have a chance to see several new and recent Native feature and short films during Indian Market week at a few venues...
'Drunktown's Finest' Screens at Museum of Modern Art
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Busy Is Good: Actor Jeremiah Bitsui Does Triple Duty at ABQ Festival
Jason Morgan Edwards
Navajo actor Jeremiah Bitsui, most famous for his performance as Victor on Breaking Bad , will figure prominently in the Albuquerque Film and Media Experience (AFME), running June ...
The Native Film Every Festival Wants
When last we checked in on Drunktown's Finest , a film about Gallup, New Mexico starring such young Native talent as Jeremiah Bitsui, Carmen Moore, Morningstar Angeline and Kiowa G...
A Fresh Face at Sundance: Elizabeth Frances of 'Drunktown's Finest'
Actress Elizabeth Frances plays a supporting role in Drunktown's Finest , the first feature by Navajo director Sidney Freeland...
Breaking Good: Jeremiah Bitsui's Road to Sundance, via 'Drunktown'
Jason Morgan Edwards
Navajo actor Jeremiah Bitsui stars as Luther SickBoy Maryboy in Drunktown's Finest , a film about young Natives in Gallup, New Mexico, that will premiere at the Sundance Film Festi...
Carmen Moore on 'Drunktown's Finest': A Story She Knows All Too Well
Carmen Moore isn't your typical up-and-coming Native actress, nor is her role in Drunktown's Finest , which premieres at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday, January 18 , the so...
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