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2011 November 19th 8pm


THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE

CAST: 
Rodrick Pocowatchit, Guy Ray Pocowatchit, T.J. Williams, Randall Aviks and Wade Hampton
DIRECTOR: 
Rod Pocowatchit
PRODUCER: 
Deanie Eaton and Rodrick Pocowatchit
WRITER: 
Rod Pocowatchit
RUNNING TIME: 
97 Minutes

Three Comanche men discover they are somehow immune to a mysterious plague that is killing everyone else and turning them into zombies. As they escape to a remote school on the Kansas countryside, they find that survival isn't the only lesson they will learn.

    The Dead Can’t Dance is an award winning and original film from Indian Country.  Pocowatchit delivers an innovative piece of work that showcases Native American people in a new setting.  Humorous, scary and always fun, THE DEAD CAN’T DANCE provides new blood to Native cinema.

BLOODLAND

CAST: 
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
DIRECTOR: 
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
PRODUCER: 
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
WRITER: 
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
RUNNING TIME: 
4 Minutes

“Bloodland” is a social statement on the irreversible and detrimental impact of gas and oil exploration on our planet; and in particular on the impact that hydraulic fracturing will have on the Blood Reserve in Canada. The film was shot with a completely Indigenous cast and crew. For more information on the issue of hydraulic fracturing on the Blood