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Native Americans on Film

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Betty Jo Tucker

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Filmmaker Sunrise Tippeconnie discusses “Native Americans on Film” during this episode. As an added attraction, actress/director Valerie Redhorse calls in to talk about H.A.P.N, an organization she founded to help Native Americans move more smoothly into the movie world, as well as about her own film Naturally Native. 


Currently developing feature movies and a television pilot, Tippeconnie also works extensively in independent film, in roles as diverse as gaffer, electrician, cinematographer, editor, director, consultant and producer. His movie credits include American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life, The Killer Inside Me, Splinter, Immaculate Reception, Yellow,  Loneliness and Anticipation of Land in 2089. ippeconnie has produced short films which have been shown at the National Museum of the American Indian.