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St. Stephen’s Indian School Documentary on making of a Buffalo Hide Tipi showing today and tomorrow

A big crowd watched a screening of the documentary on how St. Stephen’s students built the first buffalo hide tipi in the Arapaho Tribe’s recent history. St. Stephen’s Indian School Documentary on making of a Buffalo Hide Tipi showing today and tomorrow (Wind River Indian Reservation) – The documentary on … Read More

St. Stephens premieres award-winning documentary on unique buffalo hide

St. Stephens premieres award-winning documentary on unique buffalo hide             Plains Indian expert Larry Belitz, top, works with St. Stephens students on removing the fat from a buffalo hide. St. Stephens Indian School recently won a Red Nation Film Festival Oyate award for their documentary … Read More

Red Nation Film Festival presents Listening for a New Day

Listening for a New Day Los Angeles Premiere Tuesday, November 11 | Laemmle Music Hall Theatre | 3:45pm Director: George Giglio Producers: Dara Weller Documentary Feature | USA | 45 mins. The Arapaho people are facing a crisis, how to keep the culture alive in a modern world? The Elders decided … Read More

How film creates an outlet for storytelling

How film creates an outlet for storytelling Thu Mar 5th, 2015
Damon Toledo
The Southern Ute Drum   Since the beginning of time, the art of storytelling has been prolific throughout American Indian culture. Elders have told many stories which have been past down orally from generation to generation. At this modern … Read More