Saturday, May 4
1:00pm – 5:00pm
Enjoy workshops, screenings and more led by experts who will walk you through the stages of indie filmmaking: screenwriting, pre-production, production, post-production and distribution.
Fountaindale Public Library
Meeting Room A – Drop In Event
John Guy and Morton Marcus host a podcast called Who Gets What? John is a financial planner and Morton is an economist, so they like to find out how organizations and projects work financially. We enjoyed the interview and hope you will find it inspiring. You can download the podcast and please leave a comment. It is also available on iTunes Podcast.
Lakota Girls received notification that our film was chosen for Official Selection for a film festival in Montreal in January, 2018. That makes a dozen festivals!
So excited to have our film screen in Switzerland and all over the world with the online component.
The science fiction convention in Helsinki was amazing. After spending a week there, I understand why Lakota Girls was chosen for official selection. It is their interest in aboriginal people and the American West. What a great opportunity.
Please join us for a screening tomorrow night, Thursday, June 29th at the Nunpa Theatre in Kyle, South Dakota. It is a very nice theatre, with lots of seats, and great popcorn. The film begins at 7 pm and last 94 minutes. We will have a short Q & A for those of you who want to ask questions and meet the actors and crew involved with our film.
Nunpa Theatre Facebook page
300 White Owl St.
Kyle, South Dakota, SD 57752
Lakota Girls will screen in the Chicago area on Saturday, May 20. Screening time is 9:15 am at the Prisco Community Center in Aurora, Illinois. Come see us! The tickets are available at the door and on line. Tickets
Writer/Director, Molli Cameron, accepted the award on behalf of the actors, production team, and all the other people who helped get Lakota Girls finished.
Congrats to Tika! She was honored at the Bare Bones International Film Festival in Muskogee, Oklahoma.