Call For Video Clips for #Documentary Project: “ALMOST” – Nov. 11th Deadline

For a new short documentary called “Almost”, I’m issuing a call and invitation to participate in a simple, but what I believe will be an effective finale. I ‘m seeking short videos of people recording themselves saying a phrase. Videos can be sent to contact (at) flyingwithredhaircrow.com. The deadline is November 11, 2018. Your video: Approximately […]

Archival #Audio Now Available – “Forget #Winnetou! How projections become reality” at the TRAFO Ideenkongress

My conversation on “Forget #Winnetou! How projections become reality” at the TRAFO – Modelle für Kultur im Wandel Ideenkongress in Halle (Saale) in September now available. http://audio-archive.com/#/talk/1872 Event: How to Speak of the Land. 168 narratives to a question Keyword: Indigenous traditions Recorded: Halle (Saale), September 19th 2018, 20.05, Table 11 Expert: Red Haircrow / Berlin

Life of a #POC: Racist Jokes Aren’t Funny, Oct.29th Film Screening

A sincere thanks to everyone who joined us for the screening at the Refugees Welcome Festival, your presence was greatly appreciated. It was great to see old friends and make new acquaintances. No photos directly at the event, but a nice chill-out and conversation with another filmmaker and a friend afterwards nearby at Volksbar. These days I […]

Don’t forget! Our #Documentary Screens On Oct. 29th at the Babylon Theater in #Berlin

Don’t forget! On Monday, Oct. 29th at the Babylon Theater in Rose Luxembourg Platz in Berlin, we screen at the Refugees Welcome Film Festival. If circumstances allow, I and members of the film team will be there, along with some protagonists from the documentary. Tickets can be purchased in advance through the website (LINK).

UK Premiere Event for “Forget Winnetou!” at Native Spirit #FilmFestival in #London, Oct.17th

A sincere thanks to everyone in London who joined us at the UK premiere of our #documentary Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way at the Native Spirit Festival on Wed. Oct.17th! Great thanks to the festival’s director and volunteers who organized and helped everything go. There are still more events to come in their programming, so check out their list of […]