Makepeace Productions
Tribal Justice Film

Tribal Justice
Upcoming Screenings!

To schedule a screening please visit our our Outreach Page

Native Spirit

NATIVE SPIRIT FILM FESTIVAL
London, UK
October 19, 7:30pm
Room 243, Human Rights Consortium
School of Advanced Studies, Senate House
University of London
Malet St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HU
Online Registration and Further Details



RATHBUN BRANCH LIBRARY
Bakersfield, CA
October 23, 5pm
200 W China Grade Loop, Bakersfield, CA 93308



Minnesota Film Soliety

MINNESOTA FILM SOCIETY IN MINNEAPOLIS
Minneapolis, MN
In honor Native American Heritage Month,
on November 4, the Film Society screens
Tribal Justice· Coming to Light· We Still Live Here
1pm: Tribal Justice
3:15pm: Coming to Light
5:45pm: We Still Live Here
St. Anthony Main Theatre · 115 SE Main St., Minneapolis
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace



University of Minnesota

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
Minneapolis, MN
Screening of Tribal Justice
November 5, 6pm
Elmer L. Andersen Library, 222 21st Ave. S., Minneapolis
Panel with Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Anne McKeig (Ojibwe),
Judge Laurie Vilas, Peacemaker for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe,
and Director Anne Makepeace
Dessert reception at 8pm
Free and open to the public



NMAI

SMITHSONIAN
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN

Washington, DC
November 14, 6pm
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace and
Chief Judge Claudette White
Moderated by Simon Moya-Smith (Oglala Lakota) who is a 
contributing columnist with NBC News and CNN


Smithsonian NMAI

CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (CUNY)
New York, NY
November 15, time and exact location TBD
Q+A with Chief Judge Claudette White




pocahontas


POCAHONTAS REFRAMED:
NATIVE AMERICAN STORYTELLERS FILM FESTIVAL
Richmond, VA
November 18: Coming to Light at 9am
and Tribal Justice at 11am
The Boyd Theatre
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace at both screenings
Event Website



CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY:
WOODSON REGIONAL

Chicago, IL
November 27, 6pm
9525 S Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60628



Marist

MARIST COLLEGE
Poughkeepsie, NY
November 28, 6pm
Exact location TBD
Q+A with Director Anne Makepeace and
Judge Albert Rosenblatt, former justice on the
New York Court of Appeals,
the state's highest court


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


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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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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
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pocahontas   anchorage auckland
Hells Half Mile Docutah MINT
Native Spirit  great lakes


PREVIOUS FESTIVAL SCREENINGS

Santa Barbara International Film Festival; Santa Barabara CA
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival; Misoula MT
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival; Martha's Vineyard MA
FilmWorks Forum at the Moviehouse; Millerton NY
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival; Durham NC
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
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
Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival;Colorado Springs, CO
Olympia Film Festival; Olympia, WA
Anchorage Film Festival; Anchorage, AK
Flathead Lake Film Festival; Polson, MT
Las Cruces International Film Festival; La Cruces, NM
World Film Festival; Tartu, Estonia
Vail Film Festival; Vail, CO
Riverside International Film Festival; Riverside, CA
Rhode Island / Roving Eye Film Festival; Bristol, RI
Indigenous Film Festival; Missoula, MT
Auckland International Film Festival; Auckland, NZ
Docutah: International Documentary Film Festival; Saint George, UT
MINT: Montana International Film Festival; Billings, MT
Great Lakes International Film Festival; Erie, PA
Hell's Half Mile Film & Music Festival; Bay City, MI


PREVIOUS COMMUNITY SCREENINGS

Aquinnah Cultural Center, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
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
Hamline Midway Library; St. Paul, MN
Sebastapol Documentary Film Festival; Sebastopol, CA

Autry Museum of the American West; Los Angeles, CA
Florence Indian Mound Museum; Florence, AL
Center for Court Innovation; Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY
Redwood Valley Little River Band of Pomo Indians; Redwood Valley, CA
Northern California Educational Television KIXE, Chico, CA
Minnesota Correctional Facility; Shakopee, MN
Monroe Library; Monroe Township, NJ
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Judical Center; Mayetta, KN
Daniel Boone, Regional Library; Ashland, MO

PREVIOUS CONFERENCE SCREENINGS

Scribe Video Center Producer's Forum; Philadelphia, PA
American Indian Justice Conference; Palm Springs, CA
Beyond the Bench: Annual Conference; San Diego, CA
American Indian Justice Conference; Palm Springs, CA
Beyond the Bench: Annual Conference; San Diego, CA
From Courtroom to Community: Rethinking the Role of Judges;
Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings (OATH); New York, NY
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian; New York, N
National Native American Bar Association Annual Meeting; Scottsdale, AZ

Native American and Indigeneous Studies Association
NAISA Conference; Los Angeles, CA
Native Cinema Showcase; Santa Fe, NM

PREVIOUS LAW SCHOOL SCREENINGS

Harvard University Law School (HUNAP and NALSA); Cambridge MA
UCLA (NALSA); Los Angeles CA
Stanford University Law School; Palo Alto CA
Harvard Law School; Cambridge, MA
Notre Dame Law School; Notre Dame, Indiana
Suffolk University Law School; Boston, MA

 

 

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