Posted by ayesha on July 04, 1999 at 22:53:37:
In Reply to: posted by Rebecca on July 04, 1999 at 22:29:44:
: : Hi Rebecca,
: : Thanks for the information. I will keep my eyes open for the film.
: : The Native American Film Festival of San Francisco is trying to put together a library of Native films and documentaries that have been made starting the the 1970's. Some of these films have never been released into the mainstream. I hope they are successful. I have posted the URL down below. We attend this film festival every year and have been supporting their effort for many years.
: : You are lucky to live in Canada, Rebbeca. There are so many good films that are shown up there and not down here in the States.
: Good evening, Ayesha,
: Thanks for the link!!! I am aware of the festival because I used to subscribe to ICE MAGAZINE...This reminds me to renew my subscription!!!:)
: Well, living in Canada we don't get all of your movies.. I had a heck of a hard time digging up GRAND AVENUE and LAKOTA WOMAN...As a matter of act I am looking for the series "HOW THE WEST WAS LOST". I purchased the two soundtracks recently and I am very interested in watching the series.. Would you hapen to know how to get a hold of it? Or perhaps anybody else could help???
I guess we can't have it all!!!! I sure wish we could!
I will see what I can do to track down "How the West Was Lost" for you. I do remember it being available somewhere. I may have to look through some of my old magazines. I will post as soon as I find anything.
I subscribe to ICE as well. It is a great vehicle for staying in touch with what is going on in the Native entertainment industry. My favorite magazine is Aboriginal Voices. I always look forward to receiving it in the mail and have saved all of my copies from the last few years.
Thank you again so much for my copy of BIG BEAR. I have watched it a few times and have shared it with my family.
All the best,
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