United States

2017 CALL FOR ENTRIES NOW OPEN - Late Deadline - October 2, 2016
DOCUMENTARY FILMS (FEATURES AND SHORTS) Looking for original, wise, brave, eye-opening and creative productions that increase the awareness of viewers to global injustices, to the resilience of humans facing deprivation, to the politics of international development, and to efforts and agents of change worldwide. We seek productions that raise important questions about the state of our contemporary world, and inspire people to reflect on the meaning and potential of social activism, social justice and social transformation.
Eligibility: We look for projects that fit the following criteria: - The project tells or co-creates a fiction, non-fiction or hybrid story (or stories). - The project provides one or more of the following points of entry (broadly defined): film, gaming, theater, music, visual arts, comics, literature, design and web/mobile native arts. - The project innovates story design by using new technologies and platforms to enable the creation of story; OR low-tech designs that are exploring new methods of storytelling.
United States
August 11, 2015

This documentary explores the mythic and historic roots of contemporary gambling in the Northwest Native Society through a look at the traditional hand game (also called "s

United States
August 10, 2015
Good Meat follows an Oglala Lakota man's struggles and triumphs as he attempts to reclaim his health.
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