Flying With Red Haircrow Productions

"Revitalization and Resurgence"

Category: Films

First Look: #Trailer for in-production #documentary “ALMOST” – On realities, identities & Indigeneity

A short documentary in production on the intersection of realities, identities and Indigeneity, and the concept of being enough, no matter what or who you are. Following the lives of four people on Asperger’s Syndrome, sexuality, transgenderism and the effects of stigma and prejudice.

Description:

“Almost normal.
Almost acceptable.
Almost indigenous.

Half, a quarter, a fraction, a piece.
Gender, sexuality, ethnicity, cognitive or physical abilities.
Toxic beliefs, ableist and racist structures in society continue to harm.
Some are embracing their differences in order to heal, and they’re connecting.”

Directed by Red Haircrow
Animations by Neda Ahmadi
Music by Johnny Clyde

More information at redhaircrow.com
More details at facebook.com/WeAreEnoughtheFilm/

May 24th Screening of #Documentary “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” at ISTA in #Berlin

Our next event is a screening and Q&A at ISTA or the Institut für den Situationsansatz, Muskauer Str. 53, 10997 Berlin. We will discussion the realities and misrepresentation of Native Americans in Germany, and its inter-sectional connection to the rise of normalized racism, xenophobia and white supremacist ideology and behaviors in western society as a whole.

The event begins at 5pm, and is a free but seating in limited. Please contact ISTA to register and/or if you have questions about the location and event.

 

“Can you #copyright #culture?” Article & Video from dBs Dialogues in #Berlin

From the event March 13, in the on-going series of discussions, dBs Dialogues in Berlin, at the dBs Film & Music School.  “Last Wednesday, we came together for the second panel discussion of our diversity-themed season of dBs Dialogues: Can You Copyright Culture? On the panel was award-winning writer, educator, filmmaker and psychologist of Native (Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee) and African-American heritage Red Haircrow, whose multimedia work often focuses on identity, indigeneity and intersectionality. He was joined by Dutch producer and veteran of Berlin’s techno scene Charlton Ravenberg and Polish rapper and Creative Music Production & Sound Engineering student Augustyn. The fascinating talk was facilitated by Screen Acting vocal coach, cultural advocate and intercultural negotiation specialist Cavana Hazelton.”

Thanks to Paved Arts, Wanuskewin Galleries & Audiences for Our Screening

 

Sincere thanks to everyone who came out on a seriously cold evening in #Saskatoon, to our Screening: Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Wayon 18 January at PAVED Arts. The event was in cooperation with Wanuskewin Heritage Park and Wanuskewin Galleries on their symposium honoring the work of Norval Morrisseau, First Nations artist. Photo by Paved Arts.