Beyond Standing Rock

Bsr title graphic simple digital

Buy Now

Not sure which license is right for you? Please fill out the form.

Media
Event Type
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Event Type
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Event Type
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)
Room Size (for public screenings)

$95.00
$395.00
$350.00
$625.00
$125.00
$200.00
$250.00
$175.00
$300.00
$500.00
$185.00
$250.00
$295.00
$495.00
$595.00
$95.00 — $625.00

Video

Description

BEYOND STANDING ROCK takes a close-up look at the controversy on the front lines of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The film investigates the collision of energy development and tribal rights/sovereignty. BEYOND STANDING ROCK explores these issues through three different tribal stories: The Dakota Access Pipeline (Standing Rock Sioux), the Southern Ute Tribe energy development, and a coalition of tribes in the Four Corners region, fighting for control over the Bears Ears National Monument.

Standing Rock: As President Trump reverses President Obama’s decision to halt the pipeline, the struggle for control over their treaty lands is far from over for the Standing Rock Sioux. That’s where BEYOND STANDING ROCK digs into the details. BEYOND STANDING ROCK shines a spotlight tribal sovereignty and the Standing Rock tribe’s 170-year conflict with the U.S. government over independence and control over their own land and resources. Front line violent protests, interviews with tribal leaders like Standing Rock Sioux Chairman, David Archambault and Kevin Washburn, President Obama’s Assistant Secretary on Indian Affairs, offer context, history and perspective from the American Indian’s struggles for self-determination.

Southern Ute: BEYOND STANDING ROCK reveals the story of the Southern Ute tribe, who have transformed themselves from an impoverished tribe to billionaires. The tribe has taken control of their lands and now owns its own natural gas production. The filmmakers were the first-ever to be granted access to the Southern Ute tribe to tell their story. The Southern Ute have transformed their reservation into a state of the art area with first-class infrastructure, a new recreation center, world-class museum and even their own Southern Ute Growth Fund. Every tribal member has, health insurance, a job if they want it and every child can go to college at no cost, all due to the tribes’ earnings. But there is tension with environmental groups who disagree with the Southern Ute’s expansive gas development.

Bears Ears:
As Utah lawmakers push to sell off federal lands, a coalition of tribes in the Four Corners region are pushing back to gain control of their ancestral lands at Bears Ears. BEYOND STANDING ROCK reveals the contentious and complicated tug of war between American Indians, their anti- government neighbors and conservative lawmakers. The film puts viewers right in the middle of the arguments back and forth over tribes’ rights, local control, energy development and whether to designate 2-millions acres of Bears Ears as a national monument. Throughout the film, BEYOND STANDING ROCK takes viewers across the Western United States, with stunning aerial cinematography, and an expansive music soundtrack. BEYOND STANDING ROCK is produced and directed by 7-time, Heartland Emmy® Award winner, Brian Malone in collaboration with the Inside Energy team: Alisa Barba and Leigh Paterson. The film is also narrated by Tony® Nominated actress, Beth Malone
Please Note:
– If you would like to host a screening for a room size larger than what is listed (500 for single screenings, 250 for university) please fill out the form for a price quote.

– We will ship the media to arrive 7 days prior to your screening.

Additional Information
Runtime: 71 minutes

Rating:
NR

Genres:
Native American Rights, Civil Rights, American Studies, Energy

Captions: Yes

Screening Kit:
 http://bit.ly/ENGAGEMENT-KIT-BSR

Press Kit: http://bit.ly/PRESS-KIT-BSR

Photos: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B9AuOP--nt7gUFZuVDdQUTBoemM