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Native Women Rowers: Bronze & Superfund
100 Years Documentary Highlights Cobell
Justice Dept Still Delaying DAPL Permits
Archambault Requests DOJ Investigation
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Congress: Pay Attention to Natives
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Traditional Tattoo Demonstration A Hit
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Culture Held Captive
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Oglala Lakota Nursing: Elders Are Home
Thing About Skins
Sundance Institute Calling for Native Adult Producer and Youth Fellowship Applicants
Answering a crucial need to cultivate more Native film producers, the Sundance Institute extended their outreach to Native artists by launching a Native Producers Fellowship with t...
‘We Are Power’: Native Filmmakers Invoke John Trudell’s Words in Stirring DAPL Video
The words of John Trudell, who walked on late last year, ring out in this video by filmmakers Heather Rae, Cody Lucich and Ben Dupris, who recently spent time with the water protec...
Oscars Diversity: 5 Natives Invited To Join Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
According to an announcement by Sundance, five of the institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program alumni have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci...
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...
Living in the Dirt, Making Art: Jason Momoa Explains 'Road to Paloma'
Actor Jason Momoa had some good news this week -- news unrelated to his current high-profile project, Sundance TV's series The Red Road ...
Sterlin Harjo Documentary and 'Drunktown's Finest' Go to Sundance
In an article posted to the Sundance Film Festival website on Monday , director of the festival's Native and Indigenous Program Bird Runningwater outlined the Native presence at Su...
MorningStar Angeline of 'Drunktown's Finest': 'It's Now or Never'
Drunktown's Finest has an impressive cast that includes Jeremiah Bitsui ( Breaking Bad ) and Kiowa Gordon ( The Twilight Saga )...
Three Essential Native Films Go Digital
In terms of variety and excellence, you'd be hard-pressed to pick a trio of films about the Native American experience any better than the drama Barking Water (2009, dir...
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