Red Haircrow’s Interview for #Documentary “Searching for Winnetou” Debuts Jan. 28th

Director Red Haircrow appears in the trailer and documentary debuting on Jan. 28th on CBC Docs. It follows Drew Hayden Taylor’s “search” in Germany on the “why” of hobbyism. He was also invited to write a counter-point essay that will be published next week at CBC.

Our film, which is the “flip side”, on natives living Germany, the repercussions and realities of how appropriation and Native stereotypes heavily affects their life, etc. very different from occasional visitors or contract performers, debuts on Feb. 11th. Forget Winnetou- A Documentary Film at the Delphi Theater in Berlin.

Filming on #Winnetou-Director Red Haircrow Interviewed for Drew Hayden Taylor Documentary

Director Red Haircrow was interviewed by Ojibwe playwright, author & filmmaker Drew Hayden Taylor on his upcoming documentary on the Winnetou phenomenon, which releases in Canada on 7 January 2018. Learn more about the prolific indigenous Canadian writer who grew up on the Curve Lake reserve.

 

Afterwards, the crew relaxed for casual conversation and coffee at Ahorn Café in the Berlin Kreuzberg area.

 

#Documentary Participants: Upcoming & Recent Interviews for “Forget Winnetou!”

  •  Dr. Harmut Lutz, German author on the “Indianthusiasm” phenomenon, and professor at University of Szczecin.
  • Dr. Frank Usbeck, German author and professor at Leipzig University.
  • Hengameh Yaghoobifarah, of Middle Eastern descent and German citizen, author, feminist, activist on cultural appropriation, anti-racism & more.
  • Donna Fann-Boyle, Native activist, mother and long-time campaigner against native mascots, seen in the documentary, The R-Word. See their trailer here.