A Different American Dream: Documentary Exposing Exploitation of Native Americans in North Dakota with Q&A
A Different American Dream, a new feature-length documentary shedding light on the injustices against members of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara tribes (MHA Nation) at the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in Western North Dakota, will have its theatrical premiere on January 6, 2017 at Cinema Village in New York City. The 7:00 PM screening on opening night will feature a Q&A with filmmaker Jane Wells (Tricked, The Devil Came on Horseback) and members of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation and MHA Nation featured in the documentary.
A Different American Dream brings you to the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota, where the largest shale oil field in North America was discovered, and chronicles the devastating impact the oil industry has had on the 6,500 members of the MHA Nation who live there. MHA Nation and Fort Berthold Indian Reservation neighbor Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, whose recent opposition to the Dakota Annex Pipeline has highlighted the ongoing struggle of indigenous communities. The film has garnered praise at film festivals around the world, including the Margaret Mead Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival and Red Nation Film Festival.
A Different American Dream
Friday, January 6, 2016
22 E 12th St.
New York, NY 10003
Jane Wells, Co-writer and Producer
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