Indiana Premiere for Lakota Girls Film!

We will be screening Lakota Girls to the public at Keystone Art Landmark Theatre in Indy on Thursday, March 23rd from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.  Tickets are available on-line through this link Purchase Movie Tickets, our Facebook page, and Twitter page. If this showing sells out, we will schedule another one at the same location. We hope you will come see our first feature film and first script. Lakota Girls is a People’s Choice Award Winner and was just accepted our sixth film festival. For questions, you may reach us at chocolateeyesproductions@gmail.com.

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Official Selection for International Monthly Film Festival

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International Monthly Film Festival

Winners

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Official Selection – August 2016

HOPE – Jonathan Castro (United States)
THE PERFECT DAY – Ignacio Redondo (Spain)
Doors – Paco Arasanz (Spain)
Forbidden Truth – Ash Wells (United Kingdom)
Call for members! – Kaihei Hase (Japan)
Limerence – Arturo Aranda (Mexico)
Lakota Girls – Mollianne Cameron (United States)
Again. – Yoni Azulay (United States)
The Girl with the Flute – Dieter Grohmann (Belgium)
The Perfect Martini-O – Matthew Colby (United States)
Elijah’s Ashes – Ryan Barton-Grimley (United States)
Farewell – Urs Kälin (Switzerland)
A Different Set of Cards – Falko Jakobs (Germany)
Nympho’s Diary – Savvas Christou (United States)
Agrinoui – Alexis Chaviaras (Cyprus)
HeavenKid: Time-Space Door – Derrick Wu (Taiwan)
Arkhe – Batuhan Köksal (Turkey)
RunCatRun – Hao Li (United States)
For You – Yajun Shi (United States)
One World – Different People – Oliver Langewitz (Germany)
Nourhane, a child’s dream – May Kassem (Lebanon)
Shattered Families: The Collapse of America’s Mental Health System – Stephen Seager (United States)
Seattle Death Trains – Gene Bernofsky (United States)
These Fragments – Stephen Linstead (United Kingdom)
Miss Attinghausen – Vasco Estermann (Switzerland)
Black Rat – Perry Lam (Australia)
Curanderismo – Sam W. McFadden (United Kingdom)
Roger D’Astous – Etienne Desrosiers (Canada)
Mary Boyle: The Untold Story – Gemma O’Doherty (Republic of Ireland)
Ridden by Nature – Kathi von Koerber (United States)
Follow Me – Dieter Grohmann (Belgium)
Asperger’s Syndrome – Nicholas Bayfield (United Kingdom)
Losing Landscapes Part 1 – Chelsey Hice (United States)
Pebbles – Matt JR Hurley (United Kingdom)
Little Party Queen – Etienne Fu-Le Saulnier (France)
Misbehave – Pierre-Joseph Secondi (France)
The Wait – Fabio Teriaca (Italy)
The NiDao – FUBU (China)
Scraps – Dor Cohen (New Zealand)
The Breath – Leah Rifkin (Canada)
Element 186 – Bradley Page (United Kingdom)
Collapse – NT Bullock (United States)
Fall in Spring – Manisha Gupta (India)
Pendragon – Steven McGraw (United States)
Silver Screens – Ricardo Bouyett (United States)
My Best Friend – Ümit Sakalli (Turkey)

 

Accepted to the Lakota Film Festival in South Dakota!

Lakota Film Festival This year’s date is Saturday, September 17th, 2016

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SUBMITTED FILMS
Crying Earth Rise Up
Faces of the Future
Lakota Emergence
Lakota Girls
More Than a Word sneak peak
Rez Bomb
Rising Voices/Hothaninpi
Welcome to the Club
Lakota Language commercials

Inland Theater, Martin SD
September 17, 2016
Free
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
American Legion Post 240
The General Store / Ace Hardware
Lakota Country Times
Martin Drug & Mercantile

Omniciye Itopa
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Omniciye Iyamni
3:30 – 5:30 PM
Omniciye Tokaheya
9:00 – 11:00 AM
Omniciye Inunpa
12:30 – 2:30 PM

Questions/Comments
CAIRNS
28649 226th Avenue
Post Office Box 448
Martin, SD 57551
[605] 685-6484
info@nativecairns.org

Juror Review from KIDS FIRST! Film Festival

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KIDS FIRST! Film Festival has added a note to your submission:

This is quite a wonderful drama that weaves in an intercultural love story based on a true story of the director’s great-grandmother. The beautiful scenery shot in the Black Hills and the Pine Ridge Reservation are stunning. The actors are quite believable and include many Lakota actors appearing in a film for the first time. The flute music by the Lakota flutist is stunning as is the original score by William Cox. This first-time filmmaker has created a lovely tale that reveals the history of her family and the complicated relationships created by the intercultural marriage of her ancestor. It’s not perfect but it is certainly an admirable effort and quite worthy of play at the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. I recommend it for ages 8 to 18. Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Juror