On November 22, 2016, Elouise Cobell was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The filmmakers Congratulate the Cobell family. Read more about the honor here.
The filmmakers are thrilled and honored to announce that 100 Years WON the Big Sky Award at the 2017 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
The filmmakers are excited to announce that 100 Years will screen at the 2017 Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. The screening takes place March 18th at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and will be followed by a panel discussion with Director Melinda Janko, former
UN Ambassador, Keith Harper, Executive Director of Native American Rights Fund, John EchoHawk, and
former President of NCAI, Tex Hall. Read more here.
We are very excited to announce a one week engagement at the Ross Media Center in Lincoln, Nebraska, and a special opening night screening featuring a Q&A with director Melinda Janko. Read more here.
The filmmakers extend a warm thank you to the Academy for short-listing "On Ghost Ridge" for the 2017 Best Song award. Watch pop star Yuna perform composer Nicholas Pike's beautiful song below.
The filmmakers are grateful to the 2017 Athena Film Festival for a very special screening at this fantastic festival that celebrates powerful women.