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This is a listing I put together of movies, including the good, the bad and the really bad, which portray historical or contemporary NDN story lines.

The Last of the Mohicans (1920)

The Daughter of the Dawn (1920)

Paleface (1921)

The Vanishing American (1925)

The Silent Enemy (1930)

Drums Along The Mohawk (1939)

Susannah of the Mounties (1939)

They Died With Their Boots On (1941)

Unconquered (1947)

Fort Apache (1948)

She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

Broken Arrow (1950)

Comanche Territory (1950)

Distant Drums (1951)

The Big Sky (1952)

Pony Soldier (1952)

Arrowhead (1953)

Seminole (1953)

The Great Sioux Uprising (1953)

Hondo (1953)

Battles Of Chief Pontiac (1953)

Conquest of Cochise (1953)

War Arrow (1953)

Apache (1954)

Taza, Son of Cochise (1954)

Sitting Bull (1954)

Chief Crazy Horse (1955)

White Feather (1955)

Seminole Uprising (1955)

Apache Ambush (1955)

Mohawk (1956)

Walk the Proud Land (1956)

The Last Hunt (1956)

Searchers (1956)

Pawnee (1957)

Run of the Arrow (1957)

War Drums (1957)

The Light in the Forest (1958)

Flaming Star (1960)

The Unforgiven (1960)

A Thunder of Drums (1961)

The Outsider (1961)

How The West Was Won (1962)

Geronimo (1962)

Indian Paint (1964)

Cheyenne Autumn (1964)

Blood on the Arrow (1964)

The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)

Johnny Tiger (1966)

The Sons of the Great Bear (1966)

Hombre (1967)

Chingachgook: The Great Snake (1967)

Custer Of The West (1968)

Stay Away Joe (1968)

White Comanche (1968)

Tell Them Willie Boy Was Here (1969)

Run Simon Run (1970)

Little Big Man (1970)

Soldier Blue (1970)

A Man Called Horse (1970)

Billy Jack (1971)

Five Savage Men (1971)

Captain Apache (1971)

Chato's Land (1971)

Journey Through Rosebud (1972)

Ulzana's Raid (1972)

Jeremiah Johnson (1972)

When the Legends Die (1972)

I Heard The Owl Call My Name (1973)

Apachen (1973)

The Trial of Billy Jack (1974)

I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)

Winterhawk (1976)

Return of a Man Called Horse (1976)

Shadow of The Hawk (1976)

Buffalo Bill and His Indians Or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976)

Grayeagle (1977)

The White Buffalo (1977)

Billy Jack Goes to Washington (1977)

Centennial: The Complete Series (1978)

The Manitou (1978)

Three Warriors (1978)

Fish Hawk (1979)

The Legend of Walks Far Woman (1980)

Windwalker (1980)

The Moutain Men (1980)

Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (1982)

Savage Journey (1982)

Sacred Ground (1983)

Running Brave (1983)

The Mystic Warrior (1984)

Contrary Warriors: A Film of the Crow Tribe (1985)

Broken Rainbow (1985)

The Trial of Standing Bear (1988)

Pow-Wow Highway (1989)

Where the Spirit Lives (1989)

War Party (1989)

Spirit of the Eagle (1990)

Crazy Horse and Custer: The Untold Story (1990)

Dances With Wolves (1990)

The Great Indian Wars 1840-1890 (1991)

Clearcut (1991)

Lost in the Barrens (1991)

The Dark Wind (1991)

Son of the Morning Star (1991)

Black Robe (1991)

Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story (1992)

Thunderheart (1992)

The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

The Broken Cord (1992)

Last Of His Tribe (1992)

Black Fox (1993)

The Dark Wind (1993)

Shadow Of The Wolf (1993)

Free Willy (1993)

Spirit Rider (1993)

Broken Chain (1993)

Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)

Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee (1994)

Medicine River (1994)

Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1994)

Sioux City (1994)

Windrunner (1994)

Savage Land (1994)

Cheyenne Warrior (1994)

White Fang II: Myth of the White Wolf (1994)

Warrior Spirit (1994)

Walking Thunder (1994)

Indian In The Cupboard (1995)

A Good Day To Die (1995)

Tecumsch: The Last Warrior (1995)

Legends Of The Fall (1995)

500 Nations (1995)

Dance Me Outside (1995)

Last of the Dogmen (1995)

Geronimo (1995)

White Shamans and Plastic Medicine Men (1996)

Grand Avenue (1996)

The Sunchaser (1996)

Crazy Horse (1996)

If Only I Were an Indian... (1996)

Navajo Blues (1996)

The Pathfinder (1996)

The Song of Hiawatha (1997)

The Education of Little Tree (1997)

Smoke Signals (1998)

Wind River (1998)

Naturally Native (1998)

The Creator's Game (1999)

Grey Owl (1999)

The Song Of Hiawatha (1999)

The Lost Child (2000)

Johnny Greyeyes (2000)

Shanghai Noon (2000)

Red Blood (2001)

Two Grey Hills (2001)

The Homecoming of Jimmy Whitecloud (2001)

Black Indians: An American Story (2001)

The Doe Boy (2001)

Oglala Lakota Nation Sixteenth Annual Pow Wow (2001)

Cry Blood: Apache (2001)

The Fast Runner (2001)

Get Goosed (2002)

Windtalkers (2002)

Ishi, The Last Yahi (2002)

Lakota Trail: A Journey Through Sacred Land (2002)

Skins (2002)

Lady Warriors (2002)

Nellie Two Bulls: Grandmother to Generations (2002)

The Business of Fancydancing (2002)

Nate and the Colonel (2003)

Barn Red (2003)

The Missing (2003)

Coyote Waits (2003)

American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life (2003)

The Snow Walker (2003)

He Sapa Wacipi (2003)

Edge of America (2003)

Dreamkeeper (2003)

The Reawakening (2004)

A Thief of Time (2004)

Black Cloud (2004)

Reservation Warparties (2004)

Hidalgo (2004)

Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War (2004)

The War That Made America (2005)

5th World (2005)

Trudell (2005)

Hanbleceya (2005)

A Thousand Roads (2005)

Christmas in the Clouds (2005)

Into the West (2005)

The New World (2005)

Miracle at Sage Creek (2005)

Shadow Hawk On Sacred Ground (2005)

Buffalo Dreams (2005)

Hank Williams First Nation (2005)

Johnny Too Tall (2005)

Sleepdancer (2005)

Spirit Bear (2005)

Flags of Our Fathers (2006)

Battle Of The Little Bighorn (2006)

Skinwalkers (2006)

Imprint (2006)

The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy (2006)

Standing Silent Nation (2006)

One Dead Indian (2006)

Turquoise (2007)

Mile Post 398 (2007)

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)

Four Sheets To The Wind (2007)

Rain in the Mountains (2007)

Imprint (2007)

Pathfinder (2007)

Roanoke: The Lost Colony (2007)

September Dawn (2007)

Luna: The Spirit of the Whale (2007)

Comanche Moon (2008)

The Stone Child (2008)

Older Than America (2008)

The Only Good Indian (2008)

California Indian (2008)

We Shall Remain (2009)

Shadowcatcher (2009)

The Only Good Indian (2010)

The Red Man's View (2010)

California Indian: A Tribal Story (2011)

Reel Injun (2011)
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Old 01-30-2009, 11:47 AM   #2
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I have seen alot of these movies
Did not realize this but there has been a movie every decade since 1920 about someone ndn
We are a popular subject...
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Hidalgo (2004) that kinda had indians in it?
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whew that was really dorky, lol

right on Historian, someone had to compile all that lore!


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In final production, due to be released sometime this year:

The Red Man's View (2010)
Directed by Thomas R. Bond II, with actors Billy Drago, Michael Spears, and Eddie Spears.
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I have seen alot of these movies
Did not realize this but there has been a movie every decade since 1920 about someone ndn
We are a popular subject...

Way before movies, Natives were exploited in the travelling shows that Buffalo Bill Cody and others performed. As you know, they were portrayed as savage warriors, and hype has always sold tickets.

President Roosevelt included six prominent chiefs in his 1905 inauguaration parade:

Indians on the Inaugural March | Heritage | Smithsonian Magazine


The men were all Indian chiefs—Quanah Parker (Comanche), Buckskin Charlie (Ute), American Horse (Sioux), Little Plume (Blackfeet), Hollow Horn Bear (Sioux) and Geronimo (Apache)—and each was adorned with face paint and elaborate feather headdresses that attested to their accomplishments. However, the causes they fought for over the course of their lifetimes were at odds with those of the American government.

Indeed, the newspapers of the day were quick to remind readers of the Indian wars, emphasizing the blood spilled by frontier settlers at the hands of Native Americans, going so far as to label them savages. Woodworth Clum, a member of the inaugural committee, questioned the president’s decision to have the chiefs participate, especially Geronimo, who was first captured by Clum’s father, an Apache agent.

“Why did you select Geronimo to march in your parade, Mr. President? He is the greatest single-handed murderer in American history?” asked Clum.

“I wanted to give the people a good show,” was Roosevelt’s simple reply.

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The main media power is the TV screen (Neilson ratings), and it seems that TV shows have far less mention of Natives nowadays. Well, shows like Gunsmoke and Bonanza were hits when I was growing up. All those westerns and such died-out, and it seems the media then stopped looking for Native actors.


Hmmm...
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In final production, due to be released sometime this year:

The Red Man's View (2010)
Directed by Thomas R. Bond II, with actors Billy Drago, Michael Spears, and Eddie Spears.
Very recent - "The Only Good Indian" - Wes Studi

Movie Review: The Only Good Indian

The Only Good Indian - A Kevin Willmott Film


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This is a listing I put together of movies, including the good, the bad and the really bad, which portray historical or contemporary NDN story lines.

The Last of the Mohicans (1920)

Paleface (1921)

The Vanishing American (1925)

The Silent Enemy (1930)

Drums Along The Mohawk (1939)

Susannah of the Mounties (1939)

They Died With Their Boots On (1941)

Unconquered (1947)

Fort Apache (1948)

She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949)

Broken Arrow (1950)

Comanche Territory (1950)

Distant Drums (1951)

The Big Sky (1952)

Pony Soldier (1952)

Arrowhead (1953)

Seminole (1953)

The Great Sioux Uprising (1953)

Hondo (1953)

Battles Of Chief Pontiac (1953)

Conquest of Cochise (1953)

War Arrow (1953)

Apache (1954)

Taza, Son of Cochise (1954)

Sitting Bull (1954)

Chief Crazy Horse (1955)

White Feather (1955)

Seminole Uprising (1955)

Apache Ambush (1955)

Mohawk (1956)

Walk the Proud Land (1956)

The Last Hunt (1956)

Searchers (1956)

Pawnee (1957)

Run of the Arrow (1957)

War Drums (1957)

The Light in the Forest (1958)

Flaming Star (1960)

The Unforgiven (1960)

A Thunder of Drums (1961)

How The West Was Won (1962)

Geronimo (1962)

Indian Paint (1964)

Cheyenne Autumn (1964)

Blood on the Arrow (1964)

The Great Sioux Massacre (1965)

Johnny Tiger (1966)

The Sons of the Great Bear (1966)

Hombre (1967)

Chingachgook: The Great Snake (1967)

Custer Of The West (1968)

Stay Away Joe (1968)

White Comanche (1968)

Tell Them Willie Boy Was Here (1969)

Run Simon Run (1970)

Little Big Man (1970)

Soldier Blue (1970)

A Man Called Horse (1970)

Billy Jack (1971)

Chato's Land (1971)

Journey Through Rosebud (1972)

Ulzana's Raid (1972)

Jeremiah Johnson (1972)

When the Legends Die (1972)

I Heard The Owl Call My Name (1973)

The Trial of Billy Jack (1974)

I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)

Winterhawk (1976)

Return of a Man Called Horse (1976)

Shadow of The Hawk (1976)

Buffalo Bill and His Indians Or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976)

Grayeagle (1977)

The White Buffalo (1977)

Billy Jack Goes to Washington (1977)

Centennial: The Complete Series (1978)

The Manitou (1978)

Three Warriors (1978)

Fish Hawk (1979)

The Legend of Walks Far Woman (1980)

Windwalker (1980)

The Moutain Men (1980)

Triumphs of a Man Called Horse (1982)

Sacred Ground (1983)

Running Brave (1983)

The Mystic Warrior (1984)

Contrary Warriors: A Film of the Crow Tribe (1985)

Broken Rainbow (1985)

The Trial of Standing Bear (1988)

Pow-Wow Highway (1989)

Where the Spirit Lives (1989)

War Party (1989)

Spirit of the Eagle (1990)

Crazy Horse and Custer: The Untold Story (1990)

Dances With Wolves (1990)

The Great Indian Wars 1840-1890 (1991)

Clearcut (1991)

Lost in the Barrens (1991)

The Dark Wind (1991)

Son of the Morning Star (1991)

Black Robe (1991)

Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story (1992)

Thunderheart (1992)

The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

The Broken Cord (1992)

Last Of His Tribe (1992)

Black Fox (1993)

The Dark Wind (1993)

Shadow Of The Wolf (1993)

Free Willy (1993)

Spirit Rider (1993)

Broken Chain (1993)

Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)

Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee (1994)

Medicine River (1994)

Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1994)

Sioux City (1994)

Windrunner (1994)

Savage Land (1994)

Cheyenne Warrior (1994)

White Fang II: Myth of the White Wolf (1994)

Warrior Spirit (1994)

Walking Thunder (1994)

Indian In The Cupboard (1995)

Tecumsch: The Last Warrior (1995)

Legends Of The Fall (1995)

500 Nations (1995)

Dance Me Outside (1995)

Last of the Dogmen (1995)

Geronimo (1995)

White Shamans and Plastic Medicine Men (1996)

Grand Avenue (1996)

The Sunchaser (1996)

Crazy Horse (1996)

If Only I Were an Indian... (1996)

Navajo Blues (1996)

The Pathfinder (1996)

The Song of Hiawatha (1997)

The Education of Little Tree (1997)

Smoke Signals (1998)

Wind River (1998)

Naturally Native (1998)

The Creator's Game (1999)

Grey Owl (1999)

The Song Of Hiawatha (1999)

The Lost Child (2000)

Johnny Greyeyes (2000)

Shanghai Noon (2000)

Red Blood (2001)

Two Grey Hills (2001)

The Homecoming of Jimmy Whitecloud (2001)

Black Indians: An American Story (2001)

The Doe Boy (2001)

Oglala Lakota Nation Sixteenth Annual Pow Wow (2001)

Cry Blood: Apache (2001)

The Fast Runner (2001)

Get Goosed (2002)

Windtalkers (2002)

Ishi, The Last Yahi (2002)

Lakota Trail: A Journey Through Sacred Land (2002)

Skins (2002)

Lady Warriors (2002)

Nellie Two Bulls: Grandmother to Generations (2002)

The Business of Fancydancing (2002)

Nate and the Colonel (2003)

Barn Red (2003)

The Missing (2003)

Coyote Waits (2003)

American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life (2003)

The Snow Walker (2003)

He Sapa Wacipi (2003)

Edge of America (2003)

Dreamkeeper (2003)

The Reawakening (2004)

A Thief of Time (2004)

Black Cloud (2004)

Rabbit-Proof Fence (2004)

Reservation Warparties (2004)

Hidalgo (2004)

Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War (2004)

The War That Made America (2005)

5th World (2005)

Trudell (2005)

Hanbleceya (2005)

A Thousand Roads (2005)

Christmas in the Clouds (2005)

Into the West (2005)

The New World (2005)

Miracle at Sage Creek (2005)

Shadow Hawk On Sacred Ground (2005)

Buffalo Dreams (2005)

Hank Williams First Nation (2005)

Johnny Too Tall (2005)

Sleepdancer (2005)

Spirit Bear (2005)

Flags of Our Fathers (2006)

Battle Of The Little Bighorn (2006)

Skinwalkers (2006)

Imprint (2006)

The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy (2006)

Standing Silent Nation (2006)

One Dead Indian (2006)

Turquoise (2007)

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)

Four Sheets To The Wind (2007)

Rain in the Mountains (2007)

Imprint (2007)

Pathfinder (2007)

Roanoke: The Lost Colony (2007)

September Dawn (2007)

Comanche Moon (2008)

The Stone Child (2008)

Older Than America (2008)

The Only Good Indian (2008)

California Indian (2008)

We Shall Remain (2009)

Shadowcatcher (2009)
You forgot Mile Post 398
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Is this Shonie? What's up ?! I was at NAMM Winter Show...Anaheim. Didn't realize Sheephead had a feature film out. Good to see!



http://sheepheadfilms.com/mp398/?page_id=9

About Mile Post 398

When it comes to depicting life on the Navajo Nation, Mile Post 398 captures the essence of surviving day-to-day living as the shadows of alcoholism pound at the door. From his earliest memories, Cloyd has witnessed the uglier side of life while being surrounded by alcohol abuse and domestic violence. Each time he attempts to turn over a new leaf his friends Jimmy and Marty mastermind a plan to sway Cloyd from his ultimate hope of saving himself and beloved family. A choice must be made, but only Cloyd holds the power to salvage what is left of his life, or allow it to slip away into despair. Mile Post 398 truly touches the heart and captivates the spirit.

Mile Post 398 is the first full feature film from award winning (2005 American Indian Film Festival – Best Public Service “G Methamphetamine on the Navajo Nation”) Navajo directors Shonie and Andee De La Rosa, the film is also the first of its kind to be produced entirely on the Navajo Nation and utilize an entire Navajo cast and crew.

A unique and original soundtrack was also used for Mile Post 398. The film features the music of Coalition, Ethnic De Generation, Keddah, Rising Conviction and Aaron White.

Mile Post 398 features the following:

Beau Benally as Cloyd Begay
Gerald Vandever (Skinwalkers and Black Cloud) as Jimmy
James Junes (James and Ernie Comedy and 5th World) as Marty
Ernest David Tsosie III (James and Ernie Comedy and 5th World) as Ray Yazzie
Kim White as Lorraine
Dwayne Lake as Steve
KJ White as Michael/Young Cloyd
Jim Vanwinkle as Albert Begay
Shaylynn Gilmore as Gloria Begay
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Is this Shonie? What's up ?! I was at NAMM Winter Show...Anaheim. Didn't realize Sheephead had a feature film out. Good to see!



http://sheepheadfilms.com/mp398/?page_id=9

About Mile Post 398

When it comes to depicting life on the Navajo Nation, Mile Post 398 captures the essence of surviving day-to-day living as the shadows of alcoholism pound at the door. From his earliest memories, Cloyd has witnessed the uglier side of life while being surrounded by alcohol abuse and domestic violence. Each time he attempts to turn over a new leaf his friends Jimmy and Marty mastermind a plan to sway Cloyd from his ultimate hope of saving himself and beloved family. A choice must be made, but only Cloyd holds the power to salvage what is left of his life, or allow it to slip away into despair. Mile Post 398 truly touches the heart and captivates the spirit.

Mile Post 398 is the first full feature film from award winning (2005 American Indian Film Festival – Best Public Service “G Methamphetamine on the Navajo Nation”) Navajo directors Shonie and Andee De La Rosa, the film is also the first of its kind to be produced entirely on the Navajo Nation and utilize an entire Navajo cast and crew.

A unique and original soundtrack was also used for Mile Post 398. The film features the music of Coalition, Ethnic De Generation, Keddah, Rising Conviction and Aaron White.

Mile Post 398 features the following:

Beau Benally as Cloyd Begay
Gerald Vandever (Skinwalkers and Black Cloud) as Jimmy
James Junes (James and Ernie Comedy and 5th World) as Marty
Ernest David Tsosie III (James and Ernie Comedy and 5th World) as Ray Yazzie
Kim White as Lorraine
Dwayne Lake as Steve
KJ White as Michael/Young Cloyd
Jim Vanwinkle as Albert Begay
Shaylynn Gilmore as Gloria Begay
Yep, this is Shonie. Who are you?

I'm not doing NAMM this year. I wasn't too happy with it last year. Certain individuals at the NA Pavillion kinda ruined the entire thing for me.

Mile Post 398 has been out for a while now. We released it in 2006 and sold well over 20,000 copies by distributing the film on our own.

We had a couple of offers from distributors to distribute our film but I really don't see why a distributor should make more money off of a film we made. Look into DVD duplication and packaging and do the math. Distributors are a rip off. Sure you may get your movie out to a larger audience, but at what costs? With a little hard work and dedication, you are better off distributing on your own. At least for us it was.

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Yep, this is Shonie. Who are you?


Mile Post 398 has been out for a while now. We released it in 2006and sold well over 20,000 copies by distributing the film on our own.

We had a couple of offers from distributors to distribute our film but I really don't see why a distributor should make more money off of a film we made. Look into DVD duplication and packaging and do the math. Distributors are a rip off. Sure you may get your movie out to a larger audience, but at what costs? With a little hard work and dedication, you are better off distributing on your own. At least for us it was.

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WOW! @ $500 Each? That's serious money! I mean, money into YOUR pocket (the bestest kinda money!)

Ennywayz...yeah, I have burned-out a couple of store-bought DVD duplicators for my own little non-profit project

I need to get recommend on heavy duty commercial machine, or farm out my duplo work. You did 20K DVD's?

Let me send you PM Private Message a bit later, gotta go!
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California Indian: A Tribal Story

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Synopsis:

Nick Thomas, a Pomo Indian and a successful Los Angeles radio host, is forced back to the reservation to help his brother Chi (Gil Birmingham), and tribal leader Rich Knight (Gary Farmer) lead the Tule Lake Rancheria out of danger from a seedy casino investor (Mark Boone Jr.), ultimately claiming sovereignty of their Native American rights.

The struggles inherent on reservations today are depicted in this day-in-the-life drama based on true characters and events. The film dispels current stereotypes and myths about modern Native American culture while showcasing the depths of the heritage that thrives today.

Film Facts:

Shot on location in Lakeport, California (Clear Lake), in Lake County, North of San Francisco, home to The Big Valley Rancheria.
Pomo tribal members, who had no prior acting experience, were cast in many of the roles in the film, which allowed for greater authenticity of the portrayal of the tribe.
Contributors to the making of the film include: The Big Valley Rancheria, The Robinson Rancheria, The Konocti Vista Casino Resort and Marina, The Robinson Rancheria Resort and Casino, the local Lakeport CA community
Film Specs:

Length of Film (total running time): 97 minutes 40 seconds
Camera: Panasonic AG-DVX100, shot in 24p
Sound: Dolby Stereo
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 letterboxed
Filmmaker’s Vision:

My true goal of becoming a filmmaker is to tell stories. Another goal is to help educate the world about my tribe, in particular, and the Native American culture in general. There are so many stereotypes and wrong impressions about modern day Native American culture, and so few Native American filmmakers help tell the stories, that I felt compelled to follow this calling.

As a writer I wanted to write Nick’s story, which was for all intents and purposes, my story. In choosing Nick’s career path outside the reservation I actually went to the extreme to defy the common monosyllabic stereotype and created his character to be very talkative, well versed and extremely popular as a sports radio host. In radio, all you do is talk!

As a producer and now director, my goal is to keep telling stories and honor who I am and where I came from. There are 280,000 “urban Indians” that currently live in Los Angeles, and like me, they are very comfortable balancing both worlds. They successfully transitioned from the “rez” to the city without losing their cultural ties in the process.

I hope you will enjoy my California story and the Pomo Indian experience.

Timothy Ramos – Writer, Director, Producer, Actor
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Native Actors List on IMDb

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A quick list I compiled showcasing actors and actresses of Native descent. I am quite aware this list is missing tons of prominant figures in the Native film industry, but please keep in mind, that this is only the start and that I am also only posting those with images on their profile.
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The Snow Walker

This is a great movie, safe for kids to watch, most of the movie is filmed in the tundra.



The Snow Walker (2003)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337721/


A white pilot who delivers supplies to tribes in remote tundra of Canada is implored to evacuate a sick young Inuit woman to a hospital. On the flight back, the plane's engine fails and they crash in the tundra. Rescuers are unable to locate them. The two are left to struggle for their survival. The ailing Inuit woman her own upbringing thus teaches the hot-headed pilot the way to live in these regions as they hike their way toward civilization.
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This is a great movie, safe for kids to watch, most of the movie is filmed in the tundra.



The Snow Walker (2003)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337721/


A white pilot who delivers supplies to tribes in remote tundra of Canada is implored to evacuate a sick young Inuit woman to a hospital. On the flight back, the plane's engine fails and they crash in the tundra. Rescuers are unable to locate them. The two are left to struggle for their survival. The ailing Inuit woman her own upbringing thus teaches the hot-headed pilot the way to live in these regions as they hike their way toward civilization.
Thanks AmigoKumeyaay for your dedication to keep the listing updated. :->
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Snow Walker was on your list already, I just watched in on cable TV the other day

It is a simple film; no big music score, no special effects, etc, with the tundra scenery filling up most of the screen.

The display of cultural differences as the two cope with their situation makes the Inuit lifestyle the star of this movie. This is NOT a copy of Dances with Wolves.
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Snow Walker is a GOOD movie!! Two thumbs up.
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Re-release of 1920 movie with an all-Indian cast - Daughter of the Dawn

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Sorry, THE Daughter of Dawn

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