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The Doe Boy

Randy Redroad won an award at Sundance for this feature (2001, 90 min.) about a Cherokee kid (James Duval) who mistakenly kills a doe instead of a buck and retreats to the forest with his grandfather (Gordon Tootoosis). Showing twice as part of “Celluloid Indians,” a festival of films and videos by Native Americans. The first program includes Darlene Naponse's Black Water Creek (1998, 15 min.), Joseph Lazore's Out of the Fog (1995, 14 min.), and Douglas Cuthand's Gift of the Grandfathers (1997, 44 min.). The second includes Myrton Running Wolf's Sacinaw (2001, 16 min.) and Michael Drumm and Chris Eyre's Indigenous (2001, 45 min.).

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