Sunday, April 24, 2011

'The Sand Creek Massacre' at Cheyenne Film Festival

The Sand Creek Massacre at Cheyenne Film Festival
Photo: Donald L. Vasicek Southern Cheyenne Chief Laird (Whistling Eagle) Cometsevah. Courtesy photo.
The award-winning documentary, "The Sand Creek Massacre" has been entered in the Cheyenne International Film Festival in Cheyenne, Wyoming, May 19--22, 2011. Arapaho people will be present before the screening of the film. A great opportunity to learn about the Arapaho and Cheyenne people.
The program also includes Gambling for the Future made by video production students at the Wind River Tribal College and Divided Trails, which was nominated for an Oscar in 1978.
There will also be a Northern Arapaho Language demonstration and a performance by members of the Wind River Dancers.
http://cheyenneinternationalfilmfestival.com/blog/ciff-2011/
For more information on Sand Creek Massacre film:
Filmmaker Donald L. Vasicek; Olympus Films+, LLC
The Zen of Writing: http://www.donvasicek.com
dvasicek@earthlink.net 303-903-2103

1 comment:

Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine said...

The program also includes Gambling for the Future made by video production students at the Wind River Tribal College and Divided Trails, which was nominated for an Oscar in 1978.

There will also be a Northern Arapaho Language demonstration and a performance by members of the Wind River Dancers.

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