Preview New #Documentary Film Project “ALMOST” on #Stereotypes of #Indigenous Heritage, Gender & Abilities

You can now preview the new film project I’m working on. The concept of “ALMOST”, of being judged “not enough” based on your heritage, gender, sexuality or cognitive/physical abilities. Due to the racist, toxic structures in society, such behaviors especially target and impact people of color. If you would like to be a part and share your […]

Next Date in Our #Indigenous film series in #Berlin is Dec.5th- Guest Speaker Ingrid Pumayalla

We had a nice turn-out for the 2nd evening in our #Indigenous film series “IDENTITY.INTERSECTIONALITY.INDIGENEITY“, focusing on female directors, facilitated by xart splitta. Last night in Berlin, we screened a clip from upcoming documentary “ALMOST”, directed by me, and the extremely moving film directed by Native Hawaiian Ciara Lacey, “Out of State”.   The next event is Dec. 5th, […]

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 […]

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 […]

#InProgress Short #Documentary – “Almost” on #Indigenous Identity & the Concept of Enough

Currently working on a short documentary film I titled “Almost” (IMDb link), which should be at or around 30 minutes. It focuses on the intersection of identity and indigeneity, and the concept of being enough, no matter what or who we are. Here are a few of the photos of one young family I worked […]