23 March 2021- Online Screening & Discussion of #Documentary “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” – Part of “International Week again #Racism”

This evening an online screening & discussion of our film “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”: https://www.stadtburg.info/demokratie-leben.html Cordial invitation to the Public Film Screening “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” by director D.S. Red Haircrow, BSc., MA. As part of the “International Weeks Against Racism,” in cooperation with Friedensau Adventist University, the award-winning […]

Interested in screening “Forget Winnetou!”? Contact us for updated info on discussions, panels & organizing

Are you interested in hosting a screening for your organization, school or group? Vtape has a new pricing free for a one-time licensing fee. Please read more at their site, and read our FAQS page for helpful tips. Vtape is our North American distributor offering us an open contract, we are still searching for a distributor […]

21 Nov. #Documentary #Screening & Discussion in #Berlin with Xart Splitta & Guest – Karin Louise Hermes

Where – Hasanheide 73, 10967 Berlin Time – 7pm-10pm Language– German & English (film & discussion) Cost – Donations accepted for facilities Facebook Event page   November is Native American Heritage Month, a national holiday in the USA. But there and here in Germany, the dehumanization and objectification of Indigenous peoples, and the minimization or erasure of […]

First Look at the Poster for #Documentary project “ALMOST” – #Aspergers #Gender #Sexuality #Indigenous

ALMOST. A new 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, gender and the effects of stigma and prejudice. It is currently in production, and will combine unique animated storytelling […]

#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 […]