A documentary about cultural survival and stolen children: inside the first truth and reconciliation commission for Native Americans. Currently in post-production, Dawnland is directed by Ben Pender-Cudlip and Adam Mazo.
Supporters include the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, LEF Foundation, Points North Film Fellowship, and Britdoc's Good Pitch. Learn more about the film at the Upstander Project.
Bob Schuler’s opus is a gallery at the bottom of the sea, a collection of art sunk into the ooze and muck. It is an undersea necklace encircling the earth, composed of granite cubes and designed to last at least least 50 million years. Tethys (working title) is an experimental documentary essay about Schuler's quixotic "around the world ocean burial."
Produced and directed by Ben Pender-Cudlip, Tethys is supported by the LEF Foundation. This film is fiscally sponsored by Documentary Educational Resources and accepts tax-deductible donations. Follow the project on Instagram and Twitter.
The urge to leave a secret personal record, buried in the earth
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