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  • Resource Database / Art, Artisans & Galleries / Films & Videos

    Resources: 33 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Kanaka Maoli US - Hawaii
    A video about Cultural and Spiritual Traditions of Moloka'i, Life Giving Knowledge of Peace; with Nãlani Minton and John Ka'imikaua; composed and produced by Nãlani Minton
    More sites on ili.nativeweb.org
    Ableza Native American Arts and Film Institute
    Ableza is a Native American Arts and Film Institute in San Jose, CA, with branch offices in Santa Barbara and Calistoga, CA. We are dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting traditional and contemporary arts by Native American Peoples. Native Americans do more than "Indian" art; we are active in all areas of the modern arts world. As we "take back our images" from Hollywood stereotypes, Ableza helps make sure the world is aware of Native America's vast professional activities.
    More sites on www.ableza.org
    American Indian Film Institute
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) is a non-profit media arts center founded in 1979 to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary Native Americans. American Indians have had an uneasy relationship with the media industry since the origins of film over 100 years ago.
    Blue Hill Productions
    Cree Canada - Western
    A web site for Blue Hill Productions, an aboriginal film and video production company. Also Doug Cuthand writes w weekly column for the Regina Leader Post, hte Saskatoon Star Phoenix and hte Winnipeg Free Press. Copies of the columns are posted on the site.
    Centre for Aboriginal Media
    Iroquois Canada
    The Centre for Aboriginal Media is a non-profit organization devoted to the professional development of Aboriginal peoples in the media arts. In September 2000, the Centre launched imagineNATIVE, an international film, video, television and multimedia festival that brought together prominent Aboriginal & non-Aboriginal artists from around the world to enjoy festival screenings and symposia.
    Chief Productions
    Chippewa Mexico
    Chief Productions is a state of the art digital (NLE) Video/Audio production studio. We specialize in the production of educational videos of Native American topic. We also specialize in professional high quality 35mm and medium format photography along with a complete video stock library of Southwest and Mexico content. Owned by Burton McKerchie, a Native American filmaker/producer,engineer and consultant. Burton is member of Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Upper Michigan.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Christmas in the Clouds
      United States
    Welcome to the first Native American romantic comedy! This award- winning film premieres in California in 11/4/05 and is co-produced by Brian Baguck Wescott (Athabascan/Yup'ik) and Sheila Tousey (Menominee/ Stockbridge-Munsee). Most of the cast is Native American, as well-- for more info please visit www.christmasintheclouds.com.
    Documentary Educational Resources
    Dedicated to the production, distribution and promotion of quality ethnographic and documentary films from around the world.
    More sites on www.der.org
    Drydock Film Corporation
    Ani-Stohini - Unami US - Southeast
    The official site of the Drydock Film Corporation and Motion Picture MORNING SONG WAY starring Elvus Kishketon, Jr.(KICKAPOO) Jennifer Redbird(ANI-STOHINI/UNAMI) Jeff Anderson(CREEK/SEMINOLE) Glenda Bean(CATAWBA/LUMBEE) Tawnee Rain(SENECA/BLACKFOOT)
    Choctaw US - Southwest
    Ongoing project, gathering stories and interviews of Native American Veterans of World War II. Project title, "Spirit Warriors" of WWII.
    El Futuro Maya: voces del presente
    Maya America - Central
    A video in which many different people provide perspectives on the Mayan culture and on the meaning of the Maya Movement. The video is in the language of Spanish. An English language subtitle version is in progress.
    More sites on www.uwm.edu
    Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance
    Mohawk Canada - Eastern
    Lyrebird Media
    A film, TIME AFTER TIME, a celebration of the great heritage of ancient Celtic, American and Australian peoples.
    Morgan Howard Productions
    Tlingit US - Alaska
    Morgan Howard Productions is a full service video production company specializing in Alaska Native subjects.
    Mushkeg Media
    Cree Canada - Eastern
    Mushkeg Media Inc. is a three year old production company specializing in films and videos about the Native experience. Films which deal with contemporary issues facing Canada's First Nations, their environment, activities, traditions and their struggle for economic and political autonomy. The company is headed by Paul M Record, independent Cree filmmaker and cameraman. Paul's partner is veteran producer and director George Hargrave
    Na Maka o ka 'Aina
      US - Hawaii
    Over 55 videos on Hawaiian culture, history, art, environment, land rights and sovereignty.
    Native American Video Resources on the Internet
    Part of Karen M. Strom's tremendous Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
    More sites on www.hanksville.org
    A site primarily for Native film buffs and professionals.
    More sites on www.nativecelebs.com
    Award winning video documentries on the struggle both recent and historical of native peoples struggle for their rights and to protect their way of life. Subjects include the struggle of the Western Shoshone to keep their land, a dramatization of the history of the Saami people of Norway and the story of Leonard Peltier among others.
    Pequot War - A Televised Documentary
    Pequot US - Northeast
    It is 1637. The English Puritans from Massachusetts and Connecticut, along with Mohegan and Narragansett allies, surround a Pequot fortified village at Mystic. Within an hour, the village is burned and at least 400 Pequots are killed. The battle cut the heart from the Pequot people and scattered them across southern New England. Over the next few months, remaining resistors are either tracked down and killed or enslaved. The very name "Pequot" is outlawed by the English.
    Presencia taina.TV
    Multi media website featuring educational videos and researchmaterial on Taino Caribbean Indigenous Cultural Arts produced by Roger Atihuibancex Hernandez
    Sacred Land Film Projects
    Latest project, "In the Light of Reverence," is produced and directed by Christopher (Toby) McLeod, who has produced three award-winning, hour-long documentaries, all broadcast on national television: "The Four Corners: A National Sacrifice Area?," "Downwind/ Downstream," and "Poison in the Rockies."
    Sheephead Films
    Navajo US - Southwest
    Sheephead Films produces original Native American films, the majority of the films that we produce are made on the Navajo Nation and depict the reality of life on Navajoland. Sheephead Films consists of award winning Native film makers Shonie and Andee De La Rosa. We produce, direct, and edit all Sheephead Film productions, and have collaborated with many film companies and directors from all over the world on numerous productions. We firmly believe in portraying Native people with integrity, honesty, cultural accuracy and sensitivity. The Native American has been poorly depicted in film and media for far too long, we hope to change that with the work we produce.
    Tapwe Production Projects
      US - Northeast
    Tapwe Production Projects, Inc. is a Native American Indian (Intertribal)owned multi media production service company in New York, NY. Tapwe specializes in the production of digital video (film, documentaries, music videos), graphic/print design, stage presentations and special events coordination for and relating to our Native Communities and Indigenous Nations.
    The Black Hawk War: Utah's Forgotten Tragedy
    Ute US - Southwest
    Black Hawk war documentary film project. This website offers a plethora of information regarding the war. This is a product of many years of research of Brigham's brutal Black Hawk War of Utah. It is the story of the Ute Indians, the Noochew, in conflict with early Mormon pioneers and the United States government during the years 1847 to 1873.
    The Spirit of Annie Mae Aquash - film documentary
    Mi'kmaw Canada
    Annie Mae Aquash was highly placed in the American Indian Movement (AIM), a radical First Nations organization that took up arms in the 1970s to fight for the rights of their people. The film provides a glimpse into a period of extraordinary social upheaval in North America, from a native perspective. AIM—like the Black Panthers and anti-Vietnam war protesters—were threatening the established order.
    Turquoise Rose (movie)
    Navajo US - Southwest
    A production company based in Mesa, Arizona, is producing a feature length film aimed at the Native American Community. The film, entitled Turquoise Rose, is a coming of age story of a Navajo girl named Turquoise Rose. Auditions were held in the summer of 2005, with the goal of casting not only all Native Americans to play Native American roles, but to make a cinematic first of casting all Navajo people in Navajo roles.
    Two Rivers
      US - Northwest
    “Two Rivers” documents the true story of a Native American Reconciliation group that began in a couple’s home in Northern Washington State. Within five years many more had joined, and together they launched social and political reconciliation initiatives that changed their community, and race relations across the Northwest.
    Under the Hill Productions
    Cahuilla US - Southwest
    Under the Hill Productions features the documentary : We Are Still Here, the story of Katherine Siva Saubel and the Cahuilla Indians of Southern California, an Official Selection of the 32nd annual American Indian Film Festival.
    Videotapes - Cultural Anthropology, Ethnography, and Folk Culture
    Library Media Resoures Center, University of California, Berkeley
    More sites on www.lib.berkeley.edu
    Videotapes - Indigenous Peoples of North & Central America
    Library Media Resoures Center, University of California, Berkeley
    More sites on www.lib.berkeley.edu
    Videotapes - Latin America, Mexico, and the Caribbean
      America - South
    Library Media Resoures Center, University of California, Berkeley
    More sites on www.lib.berkeley.edu
    Video and written messages of Elders recorded at the Gathering of Eagles summer 2000.

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