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Broken Treaty At
Narrated by Robert Redford
A Film By Joel L. Freedman
"Generates a narrative excitement that is not often found in non-fiction films...it has much to say to anyone who is concerned with big against small, with preservation against 'progress' and it says it well"
-Richard F. Sheppard, The New York Times
"A film of great honesty, vigorously raising serious issues."
-Dr. Margaret Mead
"A powerful, dramatic, prize-winning documentary film, Tells the
age-old struggle of a people to try to retain their ethnic culture and identity"
"BROKEN TREATY is a remarkable film." VARIETY
"BROKEN TREATY tells the story of our Indian People with truth and sensitivity that has never been seen in films."
– International Indian Treaty Council
To Protect Mother Earth
Narrated by Robert Redford
Best of Festival
"Inspiring… brings to the fore a conflict that in its political and ecological concerns seems both age old and up-to-the minute."
- Peter Ranler, Los Angeles Times
"Moving...politically potent...moves one to tears."
- New York Daily News
"A gripping account of the continuing battle between Native Americans and the U.S. Government"
SUNDANCE United States Film Festival
Even If A Hundred Ogres...
Introduced and Narrated by Joanne Woodward
A Film By Joel L. Freedman; 60 minutes: color
"This is an important video as it shows the history of Native People in an affirmative way, while being highly entertaining, powerful, and full of humor and insight. The drama make the important connection that these 'ogres' are all around us and must be fought by the Sami (and all of us) if the planet is to survive. Highly recommended!"
- Doug Moss, Publisher - E-The Environmental Magazine
"...the play provides a good version of Native political/cultural thought, which can be understood universally."
- Elizabeth Wetherford, Head of Film & Video Center, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution
"We applaud your project and courage in 'unearthing' some of the contemporary 'ogres' facing Northern Norway and the Sami People."
- Orlyn Kringstad, Chief Fraternal Officer - Sons of Norway
Special Jury Award
More powerful and devastating than when I first saw it.
It remains a classic -- a must see for everyone.
-Bruce Joel Rubin, Academy Award winning screenwriter (“GHOST”)
A shattering glimpse of the drug scene.
-New York Daily News
Painfully honest...admirably straightforward. Wayne Shirley is the direct cinema dream
The drug world, its sensitivity, genius, and pathos as it has never been seen before.
-Whitney Museum New American Filmmakers Series
In a class with “Woodstock” and “Gimme Shelter.”
Could be better than the ten best.
-The New York Post
"SKEZAG is a powerful tool to fight the opiod epidemic..."
Dr. Anri Kissilenko, Silver Hill Hospital
The powerfull anti-drug film ever made!
The film is a terrific testament to Sam and all our fighting men.
- Bruce Joel Rubin -Academy Award Winner - "GHOST"
A revealing personal account of a GI's death-defying wartime experiences as an American Jew fighting the Nazis.
-The Stamford Advocate
The most revealing, deeply personal account of World War II I have yet seen on film. At 90, Sam Brody is a National Treasure.
- Major Sharad Samy, U.S. Army Ret.
Terrific! Very human! Heartfelt! Amazing! This is part of the history of our country. Everybody should see this. Our veterans should not fade away!
- Tommy Giorgi, Vietnam, The Silver Star, 2 Purple Hearts