Tag Archives: Native American actors

Native American Film Series: “Tiger Eyes”

In the movie “Tiger Eyes,” the story goes from loss to love and a clear understanding that no one person is alone. It is part of a series of films featuring Native actors and presented on the National Relief Charities Blog.

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Native American Film Series: “Rez Bomb”

The Native American film, “Rez Bomb,” is a tale of love and crises on the Pine Ridge Reservation. The story features Native American actors and centers around an unlikely couple, a young Lakota woman and a young man from an affluent white family.

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Native American Film Series: “Skins”

Skins is as close to experiencing life on Pine Ridge, while also doing justice to the people and culture it represents.

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Native American Film Series: “Imprint”

The Native American movie, “Imprint,” was mainly filmed on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Some would call it a “supernatural” story. Yet, to think of it in only that way would be missing out on its deeper meaning. It’s about a journey we all need to take sometimes.

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Native American Film Series: “Barking Water”

Native American movie “Barking Water” tells the journey of a dieing man and his life partner, as they journey home to the Seminole Reservation of Oklahoma. Anyone can relate to this film, which accurately portrays its Native American characters.

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Native American Film Series: “Smoke Signals”

Andrew explores the movie Smoke Signals and how it depicts a story of modern day Native Americans.

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