BARE BONES-LEGACYKEEPERS MUSIC & DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL

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SATURDAY, MAY 15

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TITLE-DESCRIPTION
11:00 AM

11:00 AM
WELCOME TO MUSKOGEE, OK USA-Directed by OSCAR DEAN RAY

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2 Minutes
MUSIC DOCUMENTARY
Capturing the many events and festivities that take place in the City and County of Muskogee each year.

THE SACRED PLACE: THE STORY OF OLD LYNN CONCERTS

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62 Minutes

MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

A small rural Church sits at a crossroads in Lynn, Penn. Home to music since it was build in 1883, the Church was transformed into a concert venue 19 years ago, bringing in renown singer-songwriters from all over the world.
12:10 PM

12:10 PM
BLACK HURTS-MUSIC VIDEO (4min) Directed by TERRY BLADE

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I HAD TO CHANGE: THE STORY OF JERMAINE J. WILLIAMS

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83 Minutes
MUSIC, OVERCOMING SUBSTANCE ABUSE
A man on a mission to inspire and advocate for the issues that plague the Black community.
1:30 PM

1:30 PM
WOMAN'S ENLIGHTMENT-MUSIC VIDEO (6min) Directed by KOUTARO ISHIDA

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DIVIDED HEARTS OF AMERICA Directed by CHAD BONHAM

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85 Minutes
SOCIAL ISSUES: WOMEN & ABORTION

Super Bowl champion Benjamin Watson goes on a journey to discover the truth about abortion in America.


3:00 PM

3:00 PM
I COULD UKE ALL WEEK WITH YOU-MUSIC VIDEO (2min) Directed by ELIZABETH USHER

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THE ROOTS OF LACROSSE Directed by SHELBY TSIOWEI:IOHSTA ADAMS, JOANNE STORKAN

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24 Minutes

SPORTS HISTORY, NATIVE, INDIGENOUS CULTURE

This short documentary provides a brief history of the sacred and cultural aspects of this sport, originally played for the Creator, as well as for the health and welfare of the people. The movie also defines the three types of North American, Indigenous lacrosse: Iroquois, Great Lakes, and Southeastern.
3:30 PM
3:30 PM
THE MAROON BOMBER Directed by JOSHUA M. THOMAS
10 Minutes
STUDENT
FAMILY DOCUMENTARY
Four siblings delve into the love they share for the family's old, beatup truck. This love gets tested.

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JAIVEER HAS A DAY JOB Directed by LORENZO BENITEZ

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BLACK HAWK IN BURLINGTON
Directed by RUSS FRY

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13 Minutes
NATIVE INDIAN HISTORY
Burlington, Iowa was once the domain of the Sauk and Meskwaki Nations. These are some of the ties their war leader, Black Hawk, had to the area.

4:00 PM

4:00 PM
5X7 THE VILLAGE IN A BOX Directed by MICHELE CITONI

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37:00 Minutes
PHOTOGRAPHY DOCUMENTARY

A beautiful collection of pictures ties Frank Cancian, an elderly photographer and retired professor of anthropology, American with origin from Veneto.

MAJKA & THE PEACEFUL WALL OF DEATH
Directed by WOJTEK JEZOWSKI

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12 Minutes
MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

A musician and singer has been creating songs for children for 40 years. In Poland she is regarded as an ICON.


EAGLE & HAWK TAKE THE STAGE
Directed by VINCE FONTAINE & ANDREW WALL

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24 Minutes
MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

Unique story of Eagle & Hawk, a band that for over 20 years has been carrying a message of Indigenous pride throughout North America and Europe.
5:15 PM
5:15 PM
WASTELAND Directed by MICHAEL MUCHNIJ

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5 Minutes
WESTERN DRAMA

Two rugged cowboys, stranded in a barren wasteland, play chess on a chest full of gold. Winner gets the last bullet in a revolver, for all the gold in the world is meaningless when you're stranded in a scorching desert with no water!

JAVELINA RUN
Directed by LISA BELCHER

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19 Minutes
WESTERN COMEDY
Two idiot ranch hands pretend to be fugitive train robbers to get attention from the Ladies in an old west saloon.

5:45 PM

5:45 PM
ODE TO BASS REEVES-U.S. DEPUTY MARSHAL-SONGWRITER-DR. HAROLD ALDRIDGE JR.

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3 Minutes
ORIGINAL MUSIC-SONG

Created as a compliment to Bass Reeves researcher and author Art T. Burton for the Annual U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves Legacy Conference held in Muskogee each July by the 3 Rivers Museum.


INDIANS, OUTLAWS, MARSHALS AND THE HANGING JUDGE Directed by LARRY FOLEY

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80 Minutes

WESTERN HISTORY

While set in the late 19th century, the stories documented in this film resonate today: gun violence, racial strife, police brutality and American Indian rights. This is a true tale of Indian removal, crime, capital punishment and a charismatic federal judge who sentenced scores of felons to "hang by the neck until you are dead." Outlaw gangs hid from the law in lands given to native people, until Indian Territory was taken away and turned back to settlers. Told in first person using the actual words written by St. Louis Republic newspaper reporter Ada Patterson in September 1896, this real-life story is set in and around Fort Smith, Arkansas, in the same time and place as the fictional Western novel and film, True Grit. Patterson narrates, much as Mattie Ross tells the story in the Charles Portis classic. With careful and honest detail to the words and visual history of the era, we re-create Patterson's interview with Judge Isaac Parker, the infamous "hanging Judge," conducted on the date (September 1, 1896) Parker's court was stripped by Congress of its jurisdiction over Indian Territory.

7:15 PM
7:15 PM
RED CARPET RECEPTION: Dress to Impress: Up or Down-Anything Goes.
WILD WILD WEST THEME: Outlaws, U.S. Marshals, & Saloons
WALK THE RED CARPET, TAKE PHOTOS, GET INTERVIEWED
8:00 PM

8:00 PM
IN MEMORIAM: VIDEO TRIBUTE TO THOSE LOST DURING THE 2020 PANDEMIC: "TIME IS NOT OURS"

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