Red Lake Nation News - Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)



July 24, 2016 (Los Angeles) -- Producer/writer Thomas R. Bond II is in pre-production of an epic film titled The Red Man’s View, a remake of a Native American film originally done 100 years ago. Unlike, many mainstream Hollywood films that are not historically accurate or where Native Americans are used as only supporting and background actors. Bond and The Red Man's View team have created a project unlike any Native American film that has ever been released.

Red Man's View is a controversial story set in the mid-19th century, the last days of 'Free' Native Americans. The film depicts a small Native American Shoshone band secluded in the mountains of northern California, against the backdrop of the American 'Civil' War. Several hundred peacefully live in their mountain village, but soon their way of life is affected by the war, and 'Indian' removal policies spreading west in the 1860's.


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