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Soup For My Brother - a film by Terry Jones (Seneca - wolf clan)

Seneca Territory / 2016 / Documentary / English & Seneca / Digital / 16X9 / 10 minutes / Stereo

 

BEST DOCUMENTARY: 2016 Liverpool International Film Festival - Liverpool, England

FINALIST: 2016 International Peace and Film Festival – Orlando, FL

NOMINATED - ACHIEVEMENT IN DOCUMENTARY: 2016 LA Skins Fest – Los Angeles, CA

 

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2019 Dividing Lines Symposium - Kennesaw, GA

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2018 Native Spirit Indigenous Film Festival - London, UK
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2018 Native American Doc Challenge (Audience Awards)
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 American Indian Film Festival - San Francisco, CA
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 Buffalo International Film Festival - Buffalo, NY

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 Kanatsiohareke Haudenosaunee Film Festival - Fonda, NY

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 Syracuse International Film Festival - Syracuse, NY

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 Native Cinema Showcase (Smithsonian) - Santa Fe, NM

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2017 NatiVisions Film Festival - Parker, AZ

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 LA Skins Fest – Los Angeles, CA

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival – Toronto, Canada

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 First Nations Film and Video Festival – Chicago, IL

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 Where Is The Horse Film Festival (WITHFF) - Montreal, Canada

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2016 Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival - Winnipeg, Canada

 

Summary: "In this strikingly poetic documentary about memory, loss and brotherly love, we find Jimmy, guided by the memory and words of his grandfather, preparing a soup for his beloved brother Danny, who passed away one year ago."    - imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (2016)

 

DVD BONUS CONTENT

Cutting Through Time - a documentary sketch by Terry Jones

Seneca Territory / 2014 / Documentary / English / digital / 16:9 / 3:50 minutes


This never-seen-before 4-minute video gives the viewer a peek behind the camera. Filmmaker, Terry Jones, records a scene with Jimmy, as he recounts how he stole his grandfather's butcher knife. The scene would eventually be re-filmed and included in the final version of "Soup For My Brother."

 

ASHES TO ASHES - a film by Terry Jones

Seneca Territory / 2014 / Documentary / English / digital / 16:9 / 9:38 minutes

 

This short film features Jimmy (from “Soup For My Brother”) as he uses his brother Danny’s firewood to roast traditional Iroquois white corn. This unreleased film influenced the filmmaker to re-shoot this documentary to focus the story away from the process of roasting the corn and instead concentrate on the relationship between the two brothers. The resulting re-shoot became what is now known as “Soup For My Brother.”


PLEASE NOTE: 

This DVD is for home and personal use ONLY. No public screenings without written consent of thefilmmaker. Educational & institutional copies may be purchased/rented through the film’s official distributor:
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre in Toronto, ON.

 

PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

www.cfmdc.org/film/4370

Proceeds of this dvd help the filmmaker invest in new film projects. Nyah:wëh for supporting independent Indigenous filmmaking!

Soup For My Brother - DVD

SKU: SFMB-1
$15.00Price
    • 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!

    Educational & institutional copies may be purchased/rented through the film’s official distributor: Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre in Toronto, ON.

    PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

    www.cfmdc.org/film/4370

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