#ForgetWinnetou #Documentary at Finalist in the 2019 Overcome Film Festival! #Indigenous #Films

Pleased to share our documentary has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Overcome Film Festival. It’s especially amazing in that this is my first feature length documentary, as I’d described myself only as a slightly advanced beginner. It speaks to the intersectionality and importance of the topic, the strength and sincerity of the participants (see this here), and […]

Another #Documentary Screening Oct. 10th in #Athens, #Greece at the Balkan Can Kino Film Festival

We were pleased to be an official selection for the Balkan Can Kino Film Festival, in Athens, Greece, which takes place from Oct. 4-12, 2019. We screen on the 10th! Please visit their website and FACEBOOK event pages to see how you can help out and support their continuing project. “The 2nd Balkan Can Kino […]

Screening on Oct. 14th at the 16th Annual #Indigenous Film & Art in #Denver

We’re pleased to finally make it public, we’ll be screening in Denver, Colorado on October 14th at the Indigenous Film & Art Festival! It’s organized by the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, and the host organization is History Colorado Center. I very much appreciate having our documentary screened by a Native group in the […]

September 7th at FSK Kino in #Berlin – Our #Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

In cooperation with Heinrich Böll Stiftung Bildungswerk Berlin, you’re invited to a screening of our documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” on September 7th at FSK Kino am Oranienplatz in Berlin. This event is free to the public with funding made possible from the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin. You are welcome to share this invitation […]

First Look: #Trailer for in-production #documentary “ALMOST” – On realities, identities & Indigeneity

A short documentary on the intersection of realities, identities and Indigeneity, and the concept of being enough, no matter what or who you are. Following the lives of four people on Asperger’s Syndrome, sexuality, transgenderism and the effects of stigma and prejudice. In production. Description: “Almost normal. Almost acceptable. Almost indigenous. Half, a quarter, a […]