Trudell

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At its most basic, is a documentary Trudell revealing that challenges the belief systems. At its highest, Trudell will inspire you to awaken your spirit.

In the account of Trudell, Rae spent more than 12 years traveling to the chronicle of John Trudell, the spoken word, and politics. (The filming of the movie, a trip in itself, is as much a story as the finished product).

The film combines files, convert, and images of the interview in a lyrical, stylized, of course, with abstract images that reflected the nature of Trudell coyote.

Peppered with adversity, offset by preservance, Trudell began in the sixties when John Trudell and a community group, Indians of all tribes occupy Alcatraz Island for 21 months. This creates the international recognition of the American Indian cause and gives birth to contemporary Indian people’s movement.

Rae returns to Alcatraz, returning to what John refers to as his birth. Alcatraz, we political journey of John as the national spokesperson for the American Indian Movement (AIM).

During this tumultuous period, his work makes him one of the most highly subversive politics of the 1970s, earning him one of the FBI files in history (over 17,000 pages). In its most basic level, Trudell is an eye-opening documentary that challenges the belief systems. At its highest, Trudell will inspire you to awaken your spirit.

In the account of Trudell, Rae spent more than 12 years traveling to the chronicle of John Trudell, the spoken word, and politics. (The filming of the movie, a trip in itself, is as much a story as the finished product).

The film combines files, convert, and images of the interview in a lyrical, stylized, of course, with abstract images that reflected the nature of Trudell coyote.

Peppered with adversity, offset by preservance, Trudell began in the sixties when John Trudell and a community group, Indians of all tribes occupy Alcatraz Island for 21 months. This creates the international recognition of the American Indian cause and gives birth to contemporary Indian people’s movement.

Rae returns to Alcatraz, returning to what John refers to as his birth. Alcatraz, we political journey of John as the national spokesperson for the American Indian Movement (AIM).

During this tumultuous period, his work makes him one of the most highly subversive politics of the 1970s, earning him one of the FBI files in history (over 17,000 pages).

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