Indians Like Us

Indians Like Us

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Release Date: 
Thursday October 31, 2013
Expiration Date: 
Tuesday October 31, 2017

Broadcast Rights: Six (6) releases over four (4) years beginning 10/31/13; SCH/1YR (for K‐12); and non‐commercial cable rights.

Royalty free to members and subscribers of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA).

A sincere admiration of Native culture gives way to this charming documentary about a small group of French citizens—called “Savy Western”—who share a passion for everything Native American. Every weekend, they dress in Native regalia and make appearances at various village fairs alongside their countrymen in France. However, in order to fulfill their dream, they must travel to the United States and meet “real Indians.” Together, they finally manage a two-week drive across the Midwest and discover that the reality of contemporary Native Americans is quite different from their portrayed envisioning. Filled with unforeseen emotion, this road movie presents great encounters on both sides.

Feeds

Type of Feed: 
Station Feed
NOLA Code: 
ILUS 00 H1

Feed Date/Time:

Start: 
Saturday October 25, 2014 - 17:00 ET
End: 
Saturday October 25, 2014 - 18:00 ET

Resources

To order a copy of this video go to www.shopvisionmaker.org or call 877-868-2250
Educational Edition:  $225   |   Home Edition: $29.95

Jury Grand Prize, 5th Alexandria Film FestivalFestival Grand Prize, 5th International Anthropology Film Festival, Vancouver, CanadaHumanity Award, 8th Montana CINE International Film FestivalOfficial Selection, 9th Riverside International Film FestivalOfficial Selection, Vegas Indie Film Festival
 
 

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