29:16 m / Documentary Short / USA

Sunday, November 10, 2019
Laemmle Music Hall | 1:15pm to 2:45pm | Program 

The Northern Arapaho People of the Wind River Indian Reservation of Wyoming are storytellers. In an effort to pass their culture to the next generation the Elders tell the children four traditional stories, using clay animation, shadow puppets, paintings, drawings and performance, the children make the stories come to life.

Director: George Giglio
Producer: Dara Weller

Includes a post screening Q&A with the director(s)

Director (s)

George Giglio: Has worked in film and theater as a director, actor, writer, teacher, editor, lighting designer and lighting technician. This is his third film done in collaboration with St. Stephens Indian School.

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