November 8, 2016
For 8 weeks, 12 American Indian high school students worked with media instructors John Gwinn and Tiana LaPointe, as well as special facilitator Bobby Wilson.

And Now We Rise
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Badger Creek
DAWNLAND
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Keep Talking
Lake of Betrayal
Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian
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RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World
SKINDIGENOUS
SKINDIGENOUS Season 2
The People's Protectors
The Seven Generation River
Warrior Women
Words from a Bear

The 1491s are a comedic group that travels the nation telling Native stories and bringing various social issues to light. They describe themselves as a “gaggle of Indians chock full of cynicism and splashed with a good dose of indigenous satire.” The 1491s got their start when the father of Dallas Goldtooth married the mother of Migizi Pensoneau. Growing up, the two boys made videos for fun. Eventually, the three other members asked to join in.

Jim Fortier (Metis/Ojibwe) sits in the hot Arizona desert and stares at the location for his latest documentary, Bad Sugar.

This is no glamorous Hollywood movie set; there are no celebrity actors and no expensive special effects. This is a film about real people.

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