FILM
Holy Man: The USA vs. DOUGLAS WHITE

 

Holy Man is the story of Douglas White, an 89 year old Lakota Sioux medicine man from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, who spent 17 years in federal prison for a crime he did not commit. During the making of this film, filmmakers uncovered new evidence of White's innocence and brought the case back to Federal Court. Holy Man offers a rare glimpse into the mysterious world of Lakota religion, their intimate connection to the land, and a provocative expose of the systemic injustice that Native Americans face in the criminal justice system.

Finding God In The City of Angels

Take a journey through the streets of LA to uncover an alternative view of the tapestry of faiths and hidden traditions that make up the City of Angels. From a small Skid Row church in downtown Los Angeles to an alternative religious group that meets in a hair salon; from the first Indigenous Peoples of Los Angeles to the Goddess Temple of Orange County, Finding God in the City of Angels celebrates the multicultural diversity of spiritual life in Los Angeles.