Arapaho Truths selected as featured documentary in online film festival

h/t Moonstar Productions - Danielle Bass as Star Girl.

Arapaho Truths has been screened at numerous film festivals across the U.S. over the past year and has won several awards as well. It was just announced that the film has been officially selected to be shown in Georgia’s Kids Video Connection Children’s Virtual Film Festival. The festival runs from June 26th-28th and is free for everyone to watch online.

The film features, current and former, St. Stephens School students and was produced with Boston-based Moonstar Productions. It showcases four traditional Arapaho stories. Each story is told by an elder tribe member, William C’ Hair, Wayne C’ Hair, or Eugene Ridgely, Jr. Each is uniquely illustrated by the students of St. Stephens using clay animation, drawings, paintings, shadow puppets, and performance.


Arapaho Truths is scheduled to play on Sunday, June 28th. Learn more about the online film festival and RSVP to watch the film, click here. For more information about Arapaho Truths, click here.