#InProgress Short #Documentary – “Almost” on #Indigenous Identity for those of Mixed Heritages

Currently working on a short documentary film I titled “Almost” (IMDb link), which should be at or around 30 minutes. It focuses on individuals of mixed indigenous heritage, whether that may be European, American or African. Here are a few of the photos of one young family I worked together with for my first feature […]

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, […]

We Screen at the 12th Native Spirit Film Festival Oct. 17, 2018 in London

Pleased to announce our official selection for the 12th Native Spirit Film Festival, Oct. 11-21, 2018 in London, England. My first feature length documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” will screen on Oct. 17th, at the historic Senate House, followed by a Q&A. Hopefully, our film team and some participants will also make the […]

At the Indigenous Film Festival 2018 on Pine Ridge: Our #Documentary

  Quite thrilled to be selected and have my documentary “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” screened at the 2018 Indigenous Film Festival at Pine Ridge in Billy Mills Hall. We hoped it simulated some good conversations, and I consider us lucky to be included next to so many wonderful Native films, animations and […]

Behind the Scenes of “Forget Winnetou!” Hindsight on Collaboration

The stories of indigenous peoples and other people of color have been misrepresented and usurped by white people since the invention of moving pictures. Yet no one is better equipped to tell their own stories than the peoples themselves. In my opinion, it is one of the most egregiously “passive” yet harmful ways indigenous peoples […]