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Kyle, South Dakota- I strolled into my first day of the Rolling REZ Arts Film Camp at Piya Wiconi not quite sure what to expect. Advertised as “a crash course in documentary-style filmmaking,” the film camp was aimed at young creatives wanting to...
Q. Why is it important to have films created, written, and produced by Natives in today’s media? A. Looking from the outside in doesn't tell the whole story. Films created, written and produced by Native filmmakers tell the story from the inside out...
Whenever Vision Maker Media gathers its producers and content creators in one place, it is always very inspiring. What a wonderful way to keep up with the latest awesome projects in the production pipeline. The Vision Maker Media Producers Workshop...

SXSW Screens 'Through the REpellent Fence: A Land Art Film'
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40 Years. 40 Films. 40 Weeks. 'Kinaalda: Navajo Rite of Passage' Gives Rare Insider's View of Navajo Culture
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Food is my final addiction frontier. Unlike alcohol, drugs and smoking, however, it is a stubborn presence that will remain a part of life forever.
This session was presented as a three-hour clinic. We began our session with introductions and a question prompt of “What is ‘home’?” Each participant shared, with one even highlighting that where she lived wasn’t her ‘home’. This was a perfect...
We were invited by Producer Debra White Plume to present our current project and train participants on media activism as part of the Moccassins on the Ground 3-day frontline activism training, which took place in Manderson, SD in March.

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