NEW TO DVD - Home and Personal Use
Give and Take - a film by Terry Jones, Govind Deecee & Erin Perkins
United States & Onondaga Nation Territory / 2015 / Short Narrative / English & Onondaga / Digital / 16X9 / Stereo
WINNER - EMERGING FILMMAKER: 2015 LA Skins Fest - Los Angeles, CA
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 Kanatsiohareke Haudenosaunee Film Festival - Fonda, NY
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 First Nations Film and Video Festival – Chicago, IL
Summary: Give and Take is a story about Christopher Green, a linguistic anthropologist who is lured into the woods by an Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) trickster. The film was shot on location on the Onondaga Nation Territory in central New York State and features onondaga artist Awenheeyoh Powless and actor Rick Kolceski. Give and Take won the filmmakers the “Emerging Filmmaker” award at the LA Skins Fest in Los Angeles in 2015.
A Closed-Captioned version of Give and Take is included on this DVD.
DVD BONUS CONTENT
Behind the Scenes - A collection of Behind the Scenes footage and sketches from the production of Give and Take (TRT 7 Min.)
Two Indians in Hollywood - YouTube Channel Trailer
While studying for a semester in Los Angeles in 2015, Terry & Govind created a YouTube channel called Two indians in Hollywood. This trailer asks the viewers to submit questions pretaining to all things 'Indian' and the fillmakers would cover those topics in future episodes. (TRT 1.5 min.)
Two Indians in Hollywood goes to the LA Skins Fest
In this one and only episode of Two Indians in Hollywood, Terry and Govind attend the LA SKins Fest where the filmmakers premiered Give and Take on the big screen. (TRT: 3.5 min.)
This DVD is for home and personal use ONLY. No public screenings without written consent of thefilmmaker. Educational & institutional copies may be purchased through the filmmakers' website at www.tornjerseymedia.com/shop.
Proceeds of this dvd help the filmmaker invest in new film projects. Nyah:wëh for supporting independent Indigenous filmmaking!
Give and Take
- Purchase of this dvd is for home and personal use ONLY.
- No public screenings without written consent of thefilmmaker.
- Proceeds of this dvd help the filmmaker invest in new film projects.
- Nyah:wëh for supporting independent Indigenous filmmaking!