Director RANDY VASQUEZ & JONATHAN SKURNIK

Doc Short| USA | 26 m

BADGER CREEK is a half-hour documentary portrait of a Blackfeet (Pikuni) family, the Mombergs, who live on the lower Blackfeet Reservation in Montana near the banks of Badger Creek. In addition to running a prosperous ranching business, they practice a traditional Blackfeet cultural lifestyle that sustains and nourishes them, including sending their children to a Blackfeet language immersion school, participating in Blackfeet spiritual ceremonies and maintaining a Blackfeet worldview. The film takes us through a year in the life of the family, and through four seasons of the magnificent and traditional territory of the Pikuni Nation.

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Producers RANDY VASQUEZ & JONATHAN SKURNIK

In attendance Filmmakers Q & A Session following screening.

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