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6 months ago
Happy Friday #henrygiroux
this interview was almost 3 years ago, still basically not really any mention of this side/opinion of things in the media
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We are thrilled to be a part of this collaboration with Firelight Media, Vision Maker Media, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and NET. .
Our program features work by 2019 Flaherty Fellows Katsitsionni Fox, Tenzin Phuntsog, and Joie Horowitz along with work by 2018 Seminar Artist Sky Hopinka and a screening of the 1968 Seminar film YOU ARE ON INDIAN LAND (dir. Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell). Flaherty Executive Director Jon-Sesrie Goff and filmmaker Tenzin Phuntsog will be in discussion following the screening.
#ChangingTheStory This August, @firelight_media joins our partners @visionmakermedia, The Flaherty and NET Nebraska public television to host our Groundwork Lab as part of the Vision Maker Media Producer Training in Lincoln, Nebraska with major funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. .
Kicking off with a screening curated by The Flaherty - showcasing short films by and with Native communities - we'll join several Native non-fiction filmmakers for three days of in depth workshops and trainings dedicated to increase the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives producing quality public broadcasting programs.