NEW TO DVD
Gripped - a film by Terry Jones & Govind Deecee
Haudenosaune Territory / 2017 / Drama / English / Digital / 16X9 / 7 minutes / Stereo
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 First Nations Film and Video Festival - Chicago, IL
SUMMARY: A father must overcome his fears in order to pass custom and tradition on to his son. This film was shot on location on the Seneca Territory.
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DVD BONUS CONTENT
What in the Heck is Corn Soup? - a film by Terry Jones
United States / 2001 / documentary / 16 minutes / stereo
SUMMARY: This short film documents the preparation of traditional Seneca corn soup. Ingredients include dried white corn, wood ash, kidney beans and salt pork. It's an arduous task to
prepare this Seneca delicacy. There's a reason why this soup's ingredients and preparation have remained unchanged for the last 200 years.
Frybread: A Traumedy - a film by Terry Jones and Laala Matias
United States / 2005 / dramedy / 9 minutes / stereo
SUMMARY: After a five year absence, a Native American man (Terry Jones) returns home an unemployed vegetarian. Familial chaos ensues. Produced as part of Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) summer/TV workshop in 2005. Written and Directed by Laala Matias. Produced and Edited by Terry Jones.