Following a French debut, Lakota reservation-set drama ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me’ will begin its U.S. theatrical run in New York City in March 2016. Check out the new trailer and clips.
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Sicangu Lakota rapper and activist Frank Waln connects the dots between America’s ugly past and its homely present with a biting rework of “What Makes The Red Man Red” from Disney’s 1953 ‘Peter Pan’ film.
Capes are flying and they’re not for Amandla Stenberg.
‘Kumu Hina,’ a documentary exploring how Native Hawai’ian culture embraces those who embody both the male and female spirit, is now available on DVD and VOD (iTunes and Vimeo).
Highly acclaimed independent feature, ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me,’ will debut in French theaters on 16 September 2015 under the title “Les Chansons Que Mes Frères M’ont Apprises.”
Indigenous DJ/producer collective A Tribe Called Red has premiered a new music video for “Suplex,” the title track from their brand new EP.
MTV’s ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ features four indigenous musicians and activists — Frank Waln, Inez Jasper, Nataanii Means (son of activist Russell Means) and Mike “Witko” Cliff — using art to save their communities.
An official trailer and poster have been unveiled for Sundance breakout ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me,’ which depicts a complex portrait of modern-day life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
‘Kumu Hina,’ a documentary exploring how Native Hawai’ian culture embraces those who embody both the male and female spirit, will premiere on PBS Independent Lens on Monday, May 4.
SundanceTV is turning its drama series The Red Road into a virtual graphic novel titled ‘1990.’
‘Black Panther Woman,’ a documentary on Marlene Cummins and the little known Australian chapter of the Black Panther Party, is set to screen at the New Voices in Black Cinema Festival in Brooklyn, New York.
Australian pop/R&B singer Jessica Mauboy’s fun new “The Day Before I Met You” video highlights the beauty of her Aboriginal hometown.
Indigenous DJ collective A Tribe Called Red give fans a Thanksgiving treat titled, “Burn Your Village To The Ground.”
With his directorial debut ‘Road to Paloma,’ former ‘Game of Thrones’ star Jason Momoa introduces audiences to the little known plight of Native American women, who aren’t protected on their own reservations.
When grilled by Jimmy Kimmel actor Jason Momoa would neither confirm or deny if he will play Aquaman in ‘Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.’ He did, however, give details about his directorial debut ‘Road to Paloma.’
Zendaya’s casting as Aaliyah is making people say really stupid shit.
July 19th will mark the first of many gatherings for people of African-Native American ancestry in the nation’s capital.
Marlene Cummins is the woman at the center of Rachel Perkins’ documentary ‘Black Panther Woman,’ which chronicles her time as part of the little known Australian chapter of the Black Panther Party.
Pharrell Williams has found himself in the hot seat again, this time for donning an imitation Native American headdress on the cover of Elle UK’s July 2014 issue.
Meet Equinox, DC Comics’ 16-year-old superheroine from the Cree nation and a member of Justice League Canada.