Series/Themes: Indigenous Americans in Film, Women in Film, z2021
Film Year: 2021
Locations: USA, Finland
Film Length: 87 min.
Director: Shannon Kring
Featuring: Wašté Win Young, Sky Roosevelt-Morris, Phyllis Young, LaDonna Brave Bull Allard.
Set during the Standing Rock protests of 2015, this intimate documentary follows four women: Sky Roosevelt-Morris, Wašté Win Young, Phyllis Young, and LaDonna Brave Bull Allard. In the process of protesting the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline, their identities and thoughts on leadership are transformed. Featuring interviews and footage from the protests, End of the Line explores the rise of indigenous and feminine power during one of the great political events of the 21st century. Introduction by Dr. Adriana Greci Green (VAFF)
Supported by Piedmont Environmental Council and UVA Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
This film is part of the Indigenous Americans in Film Series presented by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
This film is also part of the Women in Film series.
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