Producer, Director & Director of Photography Keri Pickett’s work documents those who seek to right a wrong, sharing stories of how one person can make a difference. Her award-winning documentary feature film ‘The Fabulous Ice Age’ documents the great American touring ice shows and one man’s quest to save the history and it is now streaming on Netflix, sub-titled into ten languages. Virgil Films & Entertainment distributes in all media DVD, Amazon, iTunes.
Watch at Native Women in FILM
February 23 | 7:00pm | Laemmle Monica Film Center | Tickets: https://nativewomeninfilm.com/purchase-tickets/
One woman’s quest to keep crude oil pipelines out of her Ojibwe communities’ sacred wild rice beds.
Environmentalist Winona LaDuke would like to just spend time with her family, grow corn and put up solar panels. But when a new pipeline route threatens her sacred wild rice and Lake Superior, she springs into action defending clean water with treaties, slow food and spiritual horse rides.*
SECTION U.S. Doc Feature
RUN TIME 104 min
COMPANY Pickett Pictures
CAST & CREDITS
Featuring: Winona LaDuke, Author, Economist and Anishinaabeg Environmental Activist
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