Winner 2018 Best Documentary Short
It gives us great pleasure to inform that your film, Standing Rock Take Me From The River has been selected, Pandav Khatri Paudel Chhetri, Festival Director. HRFC Kathmandu, Nepal
This revealing film challenges all of us to reassess our role in the exploitation of the planet and indigenous people. Learn how even in 2016, the U.S. government broke treaties with indigenous people. The Standing Rock Sioux through hundreds of years of oppression by an invading culture are steadfast in prayer for the planet and all of its people. A personal and intimate look at the internationally renowned conflict at Standing Rock. EDFF Chico, California. It was an honor to share your work at the 2018 film festival and and easy choice to send off to the global screening selection. It was viewed in 4 countries around the world on Earth Day. Thank you for your art and commitment to the planet and its people. Allen Myers, director TEDFF.
Winner 2018 SILVER AWARD
Nominated for BEST DOCUMENTARY 2017
Dear Denny Rauen, This is Bj Ogden, Festival Director for the Atlanta Docufest. We just wanted you to know that you made it to the final round of judging. You scored the second highest scores from our panel. We can't thank you enough for sharing it with us. What a beautiful and powerful film! Bj
Winner Best Short Documentary 2018
Winner 2018 Most Revealing Film Award
"Standing Rock Take Me From The River" a gritty, insightful documentary. CVFF Gainesville, Florida..
Winner 2018 Best Documentary Short Film
The Portoviejo Film Festival team are happy to have you honor us with your film. We are sure that this will be kept in the memory of our city.
Winner Best Documentary 2019
Nominated BEST DOCUMENTARY 2019 and nominated for BEST EDITING 2019
Nominated Best Documentary Short 2019
Winner 2018 BEST DOCUMENTARY
Nominated Best Documentary 2018
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