Film Category: 2019


No Shame

This award-winning music video for ‘No Shame’, is the theme song for the film ‘Promising Practices in Indigenous Communities in Saskatchewan’. With scenes and people from the film, an Anishinaabe First Nations woman living with HIV demonstrates her resilience as an activist that faces stigma and discrimination, with a powerful statement about acceptance and inclusion… Read more »

So Alone

In this project Lonnie tells the story of the obstacles and adversity he has had to overcome. The story is about a boy who deals with growing up around addiction and later learning how it affected him. It talks about the rejection he felt, and how regardless of what his father put him through, the… Read more »

Protect Our Land

Native American voices and perspectives are often missing when discussing issues that impact Native land. To fight this invisibility of Native peoples, Paramount Network partnered with IllumiNative to share the story of the Fort Belknap Indian Community’s fight against the pipeline that threatens their land, water, and culture. The tribe, along with the Native American… Read more »

Tiwahe Tour De Ute – A Journey to Wellness

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe address their lack of housing, health concerns and cultural strengthening through a dynamic and far reaching federal program called Tiwahe. Tiwahe, or family in Lakota, created a renewed energy to uplift the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in Towaoc, CO. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ___________________________ Tribal Council Manuel Heart Selwyn Whiteskunk Archie House Jr Darwin… Read more »

Broken Records

When Archie wins big and decides to throw a big old rez party, Sophia, his daughter tries to escape the cycles of her reality through television, but too soon her fantasy and her reality collide.

Down on the Sidewalk in Waikiki

In between growing frustrations toward cleaning up after an endless parade of tourists and reflections on a traumatizing memory, a voice rises from within a soft-spoken, Hawaiian janitor down on the sidewalk in Waikiki. This narrative short film is inspired by a collection of poetry published posthumously featuring the work of Kanaka Maoli poet Wayne… Read more »


Kai Denison, a City Native American, has had a troubled life and years of abuse and depression. He feels like as if everyone around him has a purpose except for him, until he begins having strange dreams about his hometown being destroyed by a mysterious figure carrying a virus. With the help of an old… Read more »

Eagle Girl

A girl with the power to heal conducts a ceremony that attracts a shapeshifter


As a newly elected Commander-in-Chief steps into office, things quickly begin to spiral out of control. He wages a policy war against many of the rights & freedoms that have protected the marginalized citizens of the United States. His flippant decisions and social mockery negatively impact our foreign relations. All of this causes a bubbling… Read more »