Contribute $5 and get your name on the film's credits and Facebook page. Spread the word, write a comment and help us finish this important film!
Together, we can make great things happen for those who suffer needlessly. Big Thank You on the film's Facebook Page.
Special thank you on the film's Facebook page and a personal e-postcard from the producer (photo from the film shoot by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Deanne Fitzmaurice www.deannefitzmaurice.com
The two above, plus a mention on the film's credits Wopila (thank you in Lakota)
All of the above, plus a DVD of the completed 20-minute trailer. Wopila (thank you in Lakota)
All of the above, plus a hand-made porcupine quill Lakota Medicine Wheel (2" x2".) It's a circle with an equal-armed cross. This is truly beautiful and made by Oglala Lakota craftspeople on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota - so, you're not only supporting the film, but also Lakota craftspeople. The Medicine Wheel is the driving metaphor of the film. Wopila (thank you in Lakota)
All of the above, plus a hand-made porcupine quill and deer skin bracelet by Oglala Lakota craftspeople on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. *Unemployment among the Lakota is the highest in the nation (85%) so, your donation helps keep these craftspeople employed. Wopila (thank you in Lakota)
All of the above, plus a credit on the film as Associate Producer. Gorgeous T-shirt of a Pueblo pottery design that are donated from the National Indian Youth Leadership Project, which holds the highest "model" status from SAMSHA (NIH) for teen prevention in Indian country. Wopila, (thank you in Lakota)
All of the above, but your credit will read, "Executive Producer." Front row seats at the world premier in Santa Fe, New Mexico where you will be honored for your contribution and dinner with the crew and many of the people in the film afterward. Wopila (thank you in Lakota)