Order now to screen our award-winning documentary on the origin and effects of Native American stereotypes, just in time for November, which is Native American Heritage month. It is a documentary intended for audiences 12 and older, and has screened to positive reception at universities, gymnasiums, organizations and groups who are interested in helping create a better world and future for all peoples.
And we’re not a niché film nor an analysis of Karl May’s work! We leave that to the same demographic continuing to defend racist and sexist materials and romanticizing literature in which white supremacist ideology, misappropriation and Eurocentrism was common, no matter how nicely written.
Our film focuses on how the same mentality that ignores Indigenous rights to self-representation are often those who stereotype and gaslight GLBTIIQ people, women, the disabled or economically challenged, especially people of color just for desiring change and equality. It is basically saying, “My gratification is more important than your dignity, your rights or even your life.” This is a main facet of rape culture. It is intersecting oppression.
How do we go forward together in a better way? Watch the trailer here, and previous clips from production.
WAYS TO WATCH!
- Available with German or English subtitles.
Opportunities for Classroom, Campus, Organization & Library Screenings
- If you are interested in also having Virtual or In-person panels with Filmmakers & Film Participants, please contact us via our form, which can be found on our FAQs page.
Streaming & Digital Site License Options – Please contact VTAPE, our Canadian based artist run distributer, to arrange your rental copy and/or screening copy. There are only a few DVD copies left for private use, but we hope to offer a streaming option for inviduals in the near future.