Flying With Red Haircrow Productions

"Revitalization and Resurgence"

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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.

 

Thanks to Everyone! Feb.11-Our Screening at Delphi Theater in Berlin!

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Sincere thanks to everyone who came out to our screening of Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way, (formerly, Going Beyond Native Stereotypes) on Sunday, at the Delphi Theater in Berlin! I so appreciate each and every one for taking the time on a rather sleepy Sunday. Here’s a photo from the Q&A panel that included myself, Johnny Clyde, Viveka Frost and Kendall Old Elk. Special shout-out to Therese Degen for moderating in a great way!

We first saw Viveka Frost’s short documentary as part of an upcoming full length film. It’s titled Reclamation. Before going on to “Forget Winnetou!” and a talk after the film. Better dialogue, collaboration, communication. We need these things on so many challenging issues in our societies and world.

This was our only scheduled screening in Berlin at this point in time. Naturally, we would love to show it other places. If you are interested in a screening at your university, organization, group and so forth, please contact us for your idea or offer.

Logline: “It’s not about Winnetou. It’s about you and us.”

“That’s a Wrap!” Photos from #Documentary Finale Scene Shoot in #Berlin, Sept 30th!

A sincere thank you to everyone who came out to participate and help with filming great scenes that will be included in upcoming documentary Forget Winnetou! Going Beyond Native Stereotypes and as production extras for the DVD! It was a beautiful and sunny afternoon in Germany beside the picturesque Tegelsee in Berlin. As I am almost exclusively “behind the camera”, it was nice to finally see myself in photos, which were taken by Viveka Frost and Haven Smith, who are part of our team.