Makepeace Productions
Tribal Justice Film

Tribal Justice
Upcoming Screenings!

To schedule a screening please visit our our Outreach Page

Upcoming Festival Screenings

Las Cruces
LAS CRUCES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Las Cruces, NM
March 10, 3pm
Las Cruces Cineport 3
700 S. Telshor Blvd. · Las Cruces, NM 88001
Festival Website


 

Sebastopol
SEBASTOPOL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

Sebastopol, CA
March 24, 5:15pm
Rialto Theatre #7
Festival Website


 

Tartu
WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

Tartu, Estonia
Thursday, March 22
Time to be announced
Festival Website


 

vail
VAIL FILM FESTIVAL

Vail, CO
April 5-8
Date and Time to be announced
Festival Website


 

Autry
AUTRY MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN WEST

Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, April 22, 1:30-4:00pm
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace and others TBD
Event Website


 

 

Conference, Law School, University, and Community Screenings

Saint Paul Library
Saint Paul Public Library: Hamline Midway Branch

St. Paul, MN
February 28, 1:00pm

POV Screening
Event Website


 

Saint Paul Library
AT THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE TRIALS AND HEARINGS (OATH)
World Trade Center, New York, NY
March 21, 6pm screening, followed by
a panel with Director Anne Makepeace, Tribal Judge Claudette White,
Judge Raymond Kramer, and others working in
New York City’s Restorative Justice Programs
To register, email info@MakepeaceProductions.com


 

NMAI
SMITHSONIAN
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN

1 Bowling Green · New York, NY10004
March 22, 6:00pm
Introduction by Tribal Justice director Anne Makepeace

The screening will be followed by a conversation between
Kevin Gover, Director of the Smithsonian’s
National Museum of the American Indian
and Tribal Judge Claudette White
Email nmai-info@si.edu for details


 

Harvard
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL

Sponsored by the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute
for Race and Justice
Cambridge, MA
Thursday, March 29th, 5:30-7:30pm
Venue: Austin Hall 200 Ames Courtroom
Q&A with Tribal Justice Executive Producer Ruth Cowan
and others TBD
Event Website


 


SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
Boston, MA
April 3, 2018, 1-3pm
Screening and Panel
Sponsored by Native American Law Students Association
Time and participants to be announced

Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace and
A panel of the following Tribal Court Judges:
Chief Judge Robert Mills, Mashpee Wampanoag Supreme Court
Judge Jean Lucasey, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court
Chief Judge Eric Mehnert, Penobscot Nation
Judge Jill Tompkins, Penobscot Nation


 

A lovely, bittersweet film about an intensely delicate subject…
—John Anderson, The Wall Street Journal

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

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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


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First Peoples Festival

BEST DIRECTOR
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OFFICIAL SELECTION!

Big Sky Premiere Full Frame
Berkshire Mendocino ptff
Arlington Bushwick Doctober
Brooklyn Brooklyn Adirondack
Adirondack woods hole Rocky Mountain Womens Films Institute
Marthas Vineyard Nativisions Erie
sebastopol Tartu Las Cruces
  Vail  
  woods hole  

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
Aquinnah Cultural Center, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Port Townsend Film Festival; Port Townsend, WA
Asheville Film Festival; Asheville, NC
Charlotte Film Festival; Charlotte, NC
Nativisions Film Festival; Parker, AZ

Bushwick Film Festival; Brooklyn, NY
Doctober Film Festival; Bellingham, WA
Adirondack Film Festival; Glens Falls, NY
Arlington International Film Festival; Arlington, MA
American Indian Film Festival; San Francisco, CA
Scribe Video Center Producer's Forum; Philadelphia, PA
Rocky Mountain Women's Film Institut;Colorado Springs, CO
Olympia Film Festival; Olympia, WA
Anchorage Film Festival; Anchorage, AK

PREVIOUS COMMUNITY SCREENINGS

Rockland Public Library; Rockland, ME
Galena Public Library District; Galena, IL
Bishop Paiute Tribal Court; Bishop, CA
Belfast Free Library; Belfast, ME
Northern California Intertribal Court System (NCICS); Hopland, CA
St. Charles City-County Library District; St Peters, MO
Seekonk Public Library; Seekonk, MA
Goddard Riverside Community Center; New York, NY
Santa Fe Community College; Santa Fe, NM
Ypsilanti District Library, Ypsilanti, MI
Daniel Boone Regional Library; Columbia, MO
US Attorney's Office; San Diego, CA
Crandall Library; Glens Falls, NY
Chicago Public Library; Chicago, IL
Georgetown County Library Systems; Pawleys Island, SC
Martin County Library System; Stuart, FL
Denver Public Library: Denver, CO
Chicago Public Library, Avalon Branch; Chicago, IL
University of Nebraska Law School: Lincoln, NE
Surry County Public Library; Surry, VA
American Indian Justice Conference; Palm Springs, CA
Beyond the Bench: Annual Conference;
San Diego, CA


 

 

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