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). Advertisements

Curating a #Film Series “identity. intersectionality. #indigeneity” Nov 7th-Dec 5th in #Berlin w/ xart splitta

A Film Series by Red Haircrow in cooperation with xart splitta. FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE. Pls. view full programme here: www.xartsplitta.net/en/identity-intersectionality-indigeneity/ Description: “A spirit permeates western society of ignoring the harm caused others, especially if it’s for one’s own gratification or convenience. Racism, homo- and transphobia, ableism and sexism are behaviors that demonstrate that spirit. They damage, […]

On Sept 27-29th at the NatiVisions Film Festival in Arizona

Great to be part of a film festival with so much enthusiasm, taking place at Bluewater Cinemas in Parker, Arizona. If you’re in the area and have time, check out some of the great films and shorts that will be available! Please visit their website or Facebook page for more details.

Official Selection for First Nations Film & Video Festival, May 1-10, 2018

If you’re in Chicago, May 1-10, 2018, our documentary Forget Winnetou: Loving in the Wrong Way will be screened at the First Nations Film and Video Festival. Also playing will be “Reclamation”, a short documentary by Viveka Frost (Teques/Caribe) who is a participant in “Forget Winnetou!”  Please follow the link to their Facebook event page or website to see a […]

New Teaser for #Documentary: “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”

The only film of its kind, a documentary produced and directed by Red Haircrow, on Native stereotypes in Germany, white supremacy and the racism they and other peoples of color face on a daily basis. This is a reality often very different from the experiences of occasional visitors and performers enthralled by the “Indian Craze” […]