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Red-Carpet Bombing: Native Youth Reporters Gain Respect From Spike Lee and others at Sundance
In 2012, some actors and directors strolled past the Native Youth reporters of On Native Ground, assuming they were ill-prepared and not worth the time...
Race-Based Murder, Mystery and the Dark Side of Small-Town America in LeClair’s “Bridge”
Many are nostalgic for small-town America and what is perceived as traditional American values. However, small-town America isn’t always without darkness...
Watch 'Isabelle's Garden': Exclusive Premiere of Sundance-Honored Short Film
The short film "Isabelle's Garden" is about a young girl doing what she can to fight poverty and hunger in a Native community in southeastern Oklahoma, and is one of nine winners o...
At Sundance, Pine Ridge Drama and its Stars Win Praise
Songs My Brothers Taught Me , a film that features a mostly Native cast and many first-time actors from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, premiered Tuesday at the Sundance Film Fe...
Doing Her Part: Young Girl Fights Poverty in Sundance-Honored Short Film
When the Sundance Institute put out a call for entries for its Short Film Challenge , there was no shortage of submissions—to be precise, there were 1,387 of them...
Sundance Picks 'Songs My Brothers Taught Me,' a New Film Set on Pine Ridge
The Sundance Institute has announced the slate of movies that will compete at the 2015 festival , and a drama set on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation is among the 16 narrative fea...
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...
Navajo Country-Rockers Blackkiss Gear Up to Play Sundance
On Saturday, January 18, Utah-based country-rockers Blackkiss, fronted by Navajo musician Pete Sands, will play a set at Concerts at Sundance ...
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...
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