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On The Line Film Festival
August 6, 2015
Thank you, St. Paul, Minnesota!
Bay Area Premiere
July 10, 2015
A wonderful homecoming! We were thrilled to be hosted by this East Bay institution, where so many great activist and cultural events have been held over the years. Click here for pics.
Encore Connecticut Screening
June 8, 2015
A benefit for the Best Video Film & Cultural Center. Click here for pics.
New York City Theatrical Premiere
June 6, 2015
Founded by the legendary Albert Maysles, the Maysles Documentary Center is New York's premiere venue for the exhibition of documentary work. Click here for pics.
Green Springs Inn & Cabins
April 30, 2015
Our thanks to Diarmuid McGuire at Green Springs for hosting us!
April 21, 2015
Co-sponsored by the Chapman Peace Studies Department and the Dodge College of Film & Media Arts.
March 7, 2015
Thank you to the folks of Arivaca, AZ for having us! What a treat to visit this cool little town and eat a great potluck dinner.
February 20, 2015
Sponsored by Panavision and the Texas Film Commission, this fast-growing festival featured 20 documentary features from around the globe as well as photography and music.
November 9, 2014
This SOLD OUT screening was part of a hand-picked program of films that included The Overnighters and a tribute to the films of Les Blank.
Finding Tatanka screened at Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, one of Southern California’s premiere showcases for emerging talent in filmmaking and screenwriting.
Finding Tatanka screened for a packed house at New York's premiere venue for independent cinema and took home an Honorable Mention for Best Documentary at the Workers Unite! Film Festival.
New Mexico Premiere
Santa Fe Film Festival
May 3, 2014
Read the article about Finding Tatanka in MetroWNY, the Buffalo area's chain of community newspapers.
Arizona's longest running independent film festival hosted the Arizona Premiere of Finding Tatanka.
A packed room for another Sneak Preview at Loft Fest 2013, which featured appearances by actor Jon Lovitz, filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwaite and documentarian Peter Nicks.
200 came to the historic Rio Theater for a Sneak Preview of Finding Tatanka at the Santa Cruz Film Festival.
We were excited to be one of only a handful of feature documentaries screened at the inaugural year of the Portland Film Festival.