View our #documentary “Forget Winnetou!” project page at #FilmFreeway

(Link) From our page at Film Freeway: which includes news and reviews, project links and small press kit. “This film project was a particularly difficult one both for myself and many of the participants to film and complete, as it was both a personal and professional endeavor. Every day we live with the effects of […]

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” […]

15 June We’re at Humboldt University in Berlin- #RepresentationMatters: Decolonizing Indigeneity

Free event. “Headdresses at carnival, childhood games, books sold by the millions for generations: iconic colonial racist imagery such as Karl May’s fictional character Winnetou keeps shaping our distorted images of indigenous North American cultures and histories. Together with author, film maker and psychological counselor Red Haircrow and with Timo Kiesel, film maker (“White Charity” […]

NEW! Teaser for Our Documentary “Forget Winnetou!” Coming in 2017

NEW! From Flying With Red Haircrow Productions, the interview trailer for Forget Winnetou: Going beyond #NativeAmerican #Stereotypes in #Germany. Coming in 2017, it’s the fruition of years of work and experiences, from myself and colleague Timo Kiesel. “Native stereotypes damage everyone, especially young people, especially in a country with a genocidal history. It teaches its […]