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Friday, January 29, 2010

Red Nation Film Festival Winners 2010

Congratulations to winners at the Red Nation Film Festival
Photo: Best Documentary Short: In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman, Camille Manybeads Tso, 13, interviews familoy about Longest Walk

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Best Film: The Twilight Saga NEW MOON, Director: Chris Weitz
Best Director: The Ghost Riders, Director: V. Blackhawk Aamodt
Best Actor: Chaske Spencer New Moon /The Twilight Saga
Best Actress: Tinsel Korey New Moon /The Twilight Saga
Best Documentary Feature: Crude, Director: Joe Berlinger
Best Woman Documentary Feature: For The Next 7 Generation /The 13 Grandmothers, Director: Carole Hart
Best Documentary Short: In The Footsteps of Yellow Woman, Director: Camille Manybeads Tso
Best Editor: Red Nation Film Festival Short, Montano Rain
Best Music Video: Michael Jackson, Black or White
Red Nation Student Women Film Project Winners: Lumbini Park - Directed by Eve LaFountain (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)
A Thousand Unsaid Words - Directed by Katrina Montoya (Sault St. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians)
The Hand Drum - Directed by Stephanie Painter (Shoshone/Washoe/Oneida)

• "Red Nation Vision Award” – In Loving Memory to Michael Jackson “Black or White”
• “Edward Albert Jr Indigenous Film Award” – Edward James Olmos, Actor
• “Brando Award” – Joe Berlinger, director of Crude
• “Lifetime Achievement Award” – Graham Greene, Actor
• “Best Network Award” – CBS Corporation
• “Television Heritage Media Award” – James Ramos, San Manuel Tribe
• “Red Nation Theatre Playwright Award” – Richard Montoya, Culture Clash
• “Red Nation Humanartian Award” – Leonard Peltier, Activist
• “Red Nation Activists Award” – Atossa Soltani, Director of Amazon Watch
• “Red Nation Community Award” – Christine Padilla, Community Volunteer
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