Little Chief

About

The lives of a Native woman and a troubled young boy intersect over the course of a school day on a reservation in Oklahoma.

Screens with La Leyenda Negra
In Compton, a soon-to-be-undocumented teenager fights for her right to stay in America while risking her family, her friendships, and her first love.

YEAR 2019

CATEGORY Shorts Programs

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 12 min

COMPANY Homespun Pictures

EMAIL homespunpictures@gmail.com

PHONE (519) 802-6893

Credits

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Director of Photography
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Production Manager
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Gaffer
Sound Mixer
Music Producer
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Artist Bio

Erica Tremblay

Erica Tremblay (Seneca-Cayuga) is a filmmaker and activist currently studying her Indigenous language on the Six Nations reservation. Her work has been featured on PBS, CNN, and IFC. Erica’s films explore topics including restorative justice and issues impacting the two-spirit community. She has worked with many grassroots organizations, including the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center and the Healing Native Hearts Coalition. Erica was recently honored as a 40 Under 40 Native American.