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Lakota Filmmaker Receives Sundance Fellowship | SDPB Radio


Lakota Filmmaker Receives Sundance Fellowship | SDPB Radio: Willi held on to his dream through high school and into college where his first film experience was in music videos. He’s worked on 3 feature films over recent years and will now be using the twenty-thousand dollar Sundance Fellowship to help produce his first short film: "Miye, Unkiye– or “You, Me, I.”

“The story is based off the teaching of one of our traditional stories,” Willi explains, “about the different spirits in creation and it’s all about this idea of balance that we need to find and have in order to have true happiness.”

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