Makepeace Productions
Contact Outreach Coordinator

Tribal Justice
Upcoming Screenings!

To see a list of Outreach Screenings at conferences, law schools,
universities, et al, please go to our Outreach Page.

Upcoming Festival Screenings

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PORT TOWNSEND FILM FESTIVAL

Port Townsend, WA
Friday, September 15, 6:30pm - Key City Theatre
Sunday, September 17, 12:30pm, American Legion
Q+A with Tulalip Tribal Court Staff (TBD)
The Festival Website

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DOCTOBER FILM FESTIVAL

Pickford Theatre
Bellingham, WA
Date and Time TBD

 

More Upcoming Screenings

Aquinnah Cultural Center
Martha’s Vineyard, MA
September 7 (exact place and time TBD)
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace

Glenbow Museum
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
September 28 (exact time TBD)
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace
and Piikani Traditionalist Jerry Potts

Goddard Riverside Community Center
647 Columbus Avenue
New York, NY
October 19th, 7:30pm

Crandall Library
Glens Falls NY
November 14, screening at 2:30 and 6:30pm
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace

 

Free Upcoming POV Outreach Screenings

Galena Public Library District
Galena, Illinois
August 19, 2:00pm

Belfast Free Library
Belfast, ME
September 20, 6:00pm

Northern California Intertribal Court System (NCICS)
Hopland, California
Thursday, September 21, 12:00pm

St. Charles City-County Library District
St Peters, MO
Tuesday, October 10, 6:30pm

Santa Fe Community College
Santa Fe, NM
November 7, 4pm

Ypsilanti District Library
Ypsilanti, MI
November 7, 6:30pm

Daniel Boone Regional Library
Columbia, MO
November 8, 6:30pm

Native American History Month Presents Tribal Justice,
US Attorney's Office

San Diego, CA
Saturday, Nov 11, 12:30pm

Georgetown County Library Systems
(Waccamaw Branch)

Pawleys Island, SC
Friday, November 17, 6:30pm

Martin County Library System
Stuart, FL
November 19, 2:00pm

Chicago Public Library, Avalon Branch
Chicago, IL
Wednesday, November 29, 6:30pm

Hamline Midway Library
St. Paul, MN
Monday, December 27, 1:00pm

Phenomenal, emotional,captures tribal courts and two wonderful spirits.
—Judge Richard Blake, Chief Judge of the Hoopa Tribe

For more information or to schedule a screening,
please visit our OUTREACH PAGE


Visit the Tribal Justice web page


Click on the image below
to watch our new trailer

(Pressvimeo full screenabove to view full screen)


Gritty, realistic, hopeful, and culturally grounded.
—Duane Champagne, Professor of Sociology and Amerian Indian Studies at UCLA
and Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law

This film is a wonderful way to educate people about tribal sovereignty and the ways we use it to resolve
disputes in our tribal communities.

—John Echohawk, Executive Director, Native American Rights Fund

 

Premiere  Cinetopia - Winner

Big Sky NALSA Marthas Vineyard
Full Frame Harvard stanford
Berkshire Mendocino Cinetopia
Brooklyn woods hole montreal
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PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

Santa Barbara International Film Festival; Santa Barabara CA
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival; Misoula MT
UCLA (NALSA); Los Angeles CA
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival; Martha's Vineyard MA
FilmWorks Forum at the Moviehouse; Millerton NY
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival; Durham NC
Harvard University Law School (HUNAP and NALSA); Cambridge MA
Stanford University Law School; Palo Alto CA
Mendocino Film Festival; Mendocino CA
Berkshire International Film Festival; Great Barrington MA
Brooklyn Film Festival; Brooklyn NY
Cinetopia Film Festival; Ann Arbor and Detroit MI
Woods Hole Film Festival; Woods Hole, Cape Cod, MA
First People's Festival / Présence Autochtone; Montréal, Canada

PREVIOUS COMMUNITY SCREENINGS

Rockland Public Library; Rockland, ME



 

 

 

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